Twisty Droppers™

Item # LER 3963
Ages 2+
$12.99
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Irresistible eyedroppers put a fun twist on water play and building fine-motor skills! Squeeze the bulb to begin early science exploration, experience cause and effect and build little hand muscles too!
  • Droppers measure 6”L
  • Set of 4 packaged in a bucket with handle and label

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Twisty Droppers™
 
4.7

(based on 9 reviews)

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3.0

Bath time toys

By Mom of Toddler

from USA

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Creative
  • Easy to play
  • fun

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Bathtime
    • Water Play

    Comments about Twisty Droppers™:

    We use the toys in the tub, we practice cause and effect with water. Also, learning to squirt specific other toys in the tub once the squirter toy is filled. This is good for their little hands and seeing how things work and what can be done once the tube fills up with water.

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    5.0

    Bathtub Fun

    By Crispy

    from Shorewood, Illinois

    Comments about Twisty Droppers™:

    Gave these to the grandtwins for bath time and they had a blast. They explored how to "squeeze out the air so the water can come back in", filled a variety of bottles, and enjoyed squirting one another. Great fun!

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    5.0

    Fun With Water

    By The Wenn Trio

    from King's Lynn, Norfolk, UK

    Pros

    • Colourful
    • Easy to use
    • Experiment Fun
    • Handy Storage Bucket
    • Motor skills
    • Strong For Little Hands

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Bath time
      • Creative play
      • Development
      • Family time
      • Imaginative play
      • Independent Play
      • Learning Thru Play
      • Young children

      Comments about Twisty Droppers™:

      Twisty Droppers both good for independent play and family time. Used in the bath, and on water table. Added food colouring to the water for extra fun. Bold colours, strong and robust for little hands. Excellent for development of fine motor skills. A fun water toy.

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      4.0

      Had a blast with the twisty droppers

      By Bekki

      from spriingfield, il

      Pros

      • Color recognition
      • fun
      • Proud Child
      • Small Motor Skills

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Craft Time

        Comments about Twisty Droppers™:

        today we had a blast playing with the twisty droppers. I had originally got them to help my toddler with her small motor skills and wondered how she would do with them. I added some water color to some glasses and set outside to paint some coffee filters. Needless to say they were very easy for her to use and she had a blast! she also loved squealing out the colors of the droppers and the colors that were inside the droppers. later me cleaned them up and used them in the tub and she loved once again moving water from one place to another. Would def recommend this product.

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        5.0

        Great for the water tray!

        By Mother of 1

        from King's Lynn

        Pros

        • Good For The Bath
        • Independent play
        • Soft Plastic For Children

        Cons

        • none

        Best Uses

        • Bath
        • MIXING
        • Water Tray

        Comments about Twisty Droppers™:

        My daughter is really into water play this summer and I thought these would be good for her water tray. She likes to fill up empty bottles by using these droppers. The twisty element makes her giggle, espcially when she can see bubbles or different colours twisting up and down.

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        5.0

        Great Fun For All

        By tarheelgrandma8

        from chapel hill, nc

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Easy to use
        • Holds interest

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Builds fine motor skills
          • Fun for whole family
          • Holds Attention

          Comments about Twisty Droppers™:

          Our two-and-a half year old grandson (small for his age) needed to improve his fine motor skills. He was able to use the dropper very easily and enjoyed it for half an hour (until time to go inside).

          I did get rather wet, but was able to change into dry clothes.

          Both of us had a wonderful time and look forward to doing it again and again.

          A great alternative to electronic toys.

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          5.0

          Great for Water Play

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          By Cher@MomandMore

          from Chicago, IL

          Verified Reviewer

          Comments about Twisty Droppers™:

          The set of Twisty Droppers comes with four colorful droppers that are perfect for fine motor skills. Kids have to squeeze them to squirt and doing so they are working on their hand muscles and are great for science experiments. My 2 year old Olivia loves these little droppers or actually big droppers as they are actually pretty big for her small hands. Since there are four of them, all of my kids can each have one and there is no fighting. Lately we have been using these droppers outside but its only a matter of time before they work their way into the kids bathtub. The kids love watching the water flow through the twisty tubes and squeezing them to fill and empty them. So it teaches cause and effect too, which I will be using some food coloring drops next to show how the water and colors can flow.

          Overall, the Twisty Droppers are the perfect toy for any child to both learn from and play with. My kids (6, 5, and 2) have spent more time with these so far than I would have expected.

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          5.0

          sturdy and fun!

          By Stuff Parents Need

          from Chattanooga, TN

          Pros

          • Motor Skill Development
          • Sturdy

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Experiments

            Comments about Twisty Droppers™:

            My 3 year old and my 11 month old both love this product. The baby plays with it in the tub, and the older one uses it for science experiments. This summer I will also keep one outside with our new fwater table. I've noticed that they help with concentration skills and with motor skills. I received the item above free of charge in exchange for my honest thoughts, which I have provided.

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            • Yes

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            5.0

            Such a fun water toy!

            By Mommy of One and Counting

            from Minnesota

            Pros

            • Educational
            • Experiment
            • fun
            • Small Motor Skills

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Small Motor
              • Water Play

              Comments about Twisty Droppers™:

              My 2 year old loves these! They are much more durable then I thought when they first arrived. I was worried about them breaking when she played with them, but they have held up. She learned quickly how to squeeze them to get the water in and out and has tons of fun mixing colored water with these.

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