Introduce your baby to one of the best loved children’s characters Winnie The Pooh with this Post 'n' Roll Hunny Pot floor toy
He’s the A.A. Milne character we all remember from our childhood who showed us not just the wonder of honey, but important life lessons, too.
The stories of Winnie the Pooh and his friends Piglet and Tigger are all about fun, friendship and enjoying the simple things. A wonderful, gentle way to encourage your child’s curiosity and imagination, it’s never too early to introduce your baby to the world of Winnie the Pooh.
One thing we all know is how much our favourite bear loves his honey! The new Post 'n' Roll Hunny Pot floor toy from TOMY will keep your baby’s attention as she posts colourful balls in the top of the honey pot and watches them roll down and around the honey pot. But where will they pop out? Encouraging your baby’s fine motor skills and curiosity, this is a great toy from the nine-month mark up.
Playtime with your baby will be special for you, too, as you play along with your baby’s surprise and see her engage with a children’s character you remember so well. And of course, the added bonus of no sticky paws!
Watch how the toy works here:
The Winnie The Pooh Post 'n' Roll from TOMY costs just £19.99 and is available at Tesco and other leading toy and nursery retailers. Suitable from nine months.
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