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  • My First Bubbles No Spill
  • My First Bubbles No Spill
  • My First Bubbles No Spill
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My First Bubbles No Spill

  • Recommended Age: 1 Year Old
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Total: $ 8.25
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Bubble fun wherever you go!

Perfect for young toddlers, the suction cup keeps tumbler in place on high chairs, strollers, and tubs! Patented design keeps bubble liquid from spilling!

Colorful, sea theme label wraps around the top of the product.

Includes a wand and 4 oz. of Little Kids No Stain, No Dyes, Non-Toxic Premium Bubble Solution.


Why Our Experts Love It

These bubbles are mess-free, portable and the perfect size for small hands!

It will encourage your child to want to be outside and the no-spill feature means it's great for indoors too. Oh, the wands have a big area to catch lots of bubble 'juice' making blowing bubbles as easy as dip, lift and blow! And remember, no spills!

FACT: Ever notice how young kids have a tough time blowing bubbles? Blowing bubbles is great for a child's speech development - the action of pursing one's lips strengthens a child's facial muscles and improves speech. It is on of Shari's, our speech pathologist, favorite toys for this reason.
    Developmental Skills:
  • Social
  • Children love bubbles, but at first he/she will need your help to blow them. At first you can blow the bubbles with the Bubble Tumbler and let your little one concentrate on popping them. One way to help her learn is by cutting a straw in thirds and having her blow through the straw, aiming it at the bubble wand.
  • Have your childs practice her motor skills by trying to catch the bubbles on the wand. Then, blow through the wand again. This time making an even bigger bubble.
  • Introduce your little one to the concept of taking turns with friends and sharing the wand. Give each person a job, one pops the bubbles while they other one blows them. Teach the children social phrases by using words like, "my turn" and "your turn."
  • Play a silly counting game by trying to count the bubbles before they pop!
  • Your child can see the difference between big and small by trying to blow bubbles of different sizes. Blowing through the straw concentrates the air and makes small bubbles, while blowing very slowly makes a big bubble.
  • This product meets or exceeds all safety standards