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M. Hopkins
· December 26, 2019
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I would say so. The pegs fit inside the shell and it fits snug.
My class loves this toy and there are so many ways to learn.

Happy Trails Daycare
· September 26, 2018
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It's made in China. Feel free to visit us with any other questions you may have.
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Manufacturer · April 2, 2020
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You should be able to change the quantity?
WildeMamaBear
· October 29, 2020
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Spike the Fine Motor Hedgehog was made in Yantian, China.
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Manufacturer · December 18, 2018
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This is made of Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene and All of our toys pass rigorous independent safety tests before we release them into the market. All of our products are non-toxic, phthalate-compliant, lead-compliant, BPA compliant, proposition 65 compliant, no mercury and comply with U. S. safety laws. Feel free to … see more This is made of Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene and All of our toys pass rigorous independent safety tests before we release them into the market. All of our products are non-toxic, phthalate-compliant, lead-compliant, BPA compliant, proposition 65 compliant, no mercury and comply with U. S. safety laws. Feel free to visit us on our Learning Resources site under the "contact us" page for any other questions you may have. see less This is made of Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene and All of our toys pass rigorous independent safety tests before we release them into the market. All of our products are non-toxic, phthalate-compliant, lead-compliant, BPA compliant, proposition 65 compliant, no mercury and comply with U. S. safety laws. Feel free to visit us on our Learning Resources site under the "contact us" page for any other questions you may have.
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Manufacturer · April 30, 2020
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I think they would be too soft to keep their shape after being chewed. Plus, the tiny holes in each end of each spike would fill with saliva--not very sanitary after a while.
Crle
· December 29, 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 to… see more 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. see less 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 pegs themselves have a very small open hole, but I'm not sure why gunk would be getting inside of this toy to pose a concern.