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Hello Amazon Customer! Spike the Fine Motor Hedgehog quills are not sold separately. Feel free to contact us at review@learningresources.com if you have any other questions.
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Manufacturer · October 9, 2019
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My child is 2 and is still enjoying it. We work on colors and counting with it now because she’s definitely mastered putting the pegs in the holes. She still gets really happy putting the pegs in though. I guess it would depend on the child’s fine motor skills, whether it would be too baby or not?
emoley31
· November 15, 2018
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No it does not make noises or have a song.
LiliBelle
· October 18, 2018
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Depends on their motor skills, we got this for our child around 14-15 months and he loved it and still plays with it 5 months later. Just watch the feet have covers, immediately take them off because mine fell off and create a choking hazard
Amazon Customer
· December 19, 2019
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From tail to nose it measures approximately 7 3/4 inches.
The widest part across the underside of the body (its "waist") is about 5 3/4 inches.
The height is about 3 1/2 inches. … see more
From tail to nose it measures approximately 7 3/4 inches.
The widest part across the underside of the body (its "waist") is about 5 3/4 inches.
The height is about 3 1/2 inches.
(I measured with a ruler and eyeball because of the curves involved.) see less
From tail to nose it measures approximately 7 3/4 inches.
The widest part across the underside of the body (its "waist") is about 5 3/4 inches.
The height is about 3 1/2 inches.
(I measured with a ruler and eyeball because of the curves involved.)

Crle
· December 28, 2019
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Hello Amazon Customer! Spike the Fine Motor Hedgehog can be placed on line and shipped at your request. Feel free to contact us at review@learningresources.com with any other questions you may have.
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Manufacturer · March 5, 2019
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They are made of smooth surface plastic and light weight. The toy is made well and can be played in several ways depending the baby’s age and skill. It is a good educational toy.
She is 18 months old and she loves it!

Babychick
· November 7, 2018
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The repetitive activity in itself may be appropriate for late stage dementia, but I think this can also be accomplished with just a regular pegboard.
CathyS
· December 14, 2020
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It is small maybe 8 inches long by 7 inches high. Just guessing not near the toy to measure. Obviously when all the spikes are sticking in the shell it is larger. Spikes are about 4 inches approx. All twelve spikes store neatly inside the shell though. It is a great toy and has been a hit with child starting about ten … see more It is small maybe 8 inches long by 7 inches high. Just guessing not near the toy to measure. Obviously when all the spikes are sticking in the shell it is larger. Spikes are about 4 inches approx. All twelve spikes store neatly inside the shell though. It is a great toy and has been a hit with child starting about ten months. Now at 14 months she is learning to put spikes in the shell herself. Highly recommend this. see less It is small maybe 8 inches long by 7 inches high. Just guessing not near the toy to measure. Obviously when all the spikes are sticking in the shell it is larger. Spikes are about 4 inches approx. All twelve spikes store neatly inside the shell though. It is a great toy and has been a hit with child starting about ten months. Now at 14 months she is learning to put spikes in the shell herself. Highly recommend this.
Avid reader
· September 25, 2018