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Peek-A-Boo Cube Review

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Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Peek-A-Boo Cube Review

Having a 6, almost 7, month old is so much fun!  It is during this time that Hank is fully able to grab and play with toys, however I've found that there are not many toys in the store appropriate for his age.  Yes, there are the standard keys and rattles, but I wanted a toy that would challenge his little hands and inspire his little mind.  The Discovery Peek-A-Boo Cube does just that.

The Peek-A-Boo Cube is soft and perfect for Hank's age because he tends to hit his body, face and head with his toys and this product is soft and safe for Hank's free play.  The black and white high-contrast interactive cube develops baby’s ability to focus, distinguish colors & shapes, and track objects. Hank is now able to recognize Me, his Daddy and Sissy and we plan to put our pictures in the cube to continue working on his recognition and it's awesome because you can switch them out for Nana, Mimi, Popi, etc.

If you don't already know, small babies often get spit-up, bits of their food, etc. on EVERYTHING and another great thing about the Peek-A-Boo Cube is that it is machine washable.

This is the perfect gift for a little people and I can tell you Hank loves to play with it...he hasn't mastered the Peek-A-Boo part of the cube, but loves it when his Sissy does it for him.  He gets that excited all over look and you can really see his senses working!

This product is not sold in stores but you can purchase it at for only $18.50. The Peek-A-Boo Cube has the following benefits:
  • Foster free play exploration and discovery;
  • Encourage small motor skills;
  • Help explore concepts related to object permanence with peek-a-boo face and pattern cards that fit into see through pockets;
  • Stimulate visual awareness with contrasting colors, images and patterns;
  • Display photos of baby or other loved ones for baby to recognize, identify and respond to;
  • Foster storytelling and game playing activities;
  • Invite baby to drop other safe infant toys into the cube and pull them out again

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


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