Is this too old for a one year old?

asked on May 9, 2019

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If the one yr. old still puts everything in its mouth, then I wouldn't get this toy.. By the time they are 18 mos. old this toy is ideal and lots of fun, especially if an adult or older child can play along with them as its a great learning toy for colors and numbers. A one yr.old is still a bit too young for this toy in my estimation. I have twin grandchildren that are now 19 mos. old and its a toy we play with every time I am with them as its more understandable with an adult playing along with them.
Skinny as a Pretzel.
· May 10, 2019
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The suggested age is 18 months and older. My 2 year old loves it. It has really helped him to improve his hand strength.
· May 9, 2019
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No, The spikes are what I think safe for a one year old. But with any toy
you have to watch them putting things in there mouth. they are plastic
and are NOT pointy. It is a great learning toy.

· May 9, 2019
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Im buying this for our 1 year old her great aunt had one at her house and she loved it
Lisa R.
· December 2, 2019
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I gave to our 18 month twin grandchildren and they played with it appropriately right away. One still puts things in his mouth occasionally so I make sure I am with him when he plays. The spikes are not all that small in my opinion but I am a 'helicopter' grandma. :)
Eileen Kimbell-Meaney
· May 10, 2019
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