Baby Einstein – Zen & Cal’s Playground™ Sensory Shape Sorter
Zen the Zebra and Cal the Caterpillar are having a blast on their playground, and your little one’s invited! From shape sorting to imaginary play, this sensory toy offers endless ways to play, discover and explore. When they’re not busy turning and spinning the beads, characters, and mirror blocks on the sorter’s sides, baby can stretch the soft, elastic bands to reach for and grab the 6 colorful shape blocks. This “put-and-take” play cultivates confidence and independence for infants and toddlers. The textured shape blocks and high-contrast and black-and-white elements offer sensory stimulation. If your little one loves this playground toy, check out Baby Einstein’s new “Sandbox” series on YouTube, which features Zen, Cal, and other playful and curious animal characters. This infant toy is hand washable and made with BPA-free materials. Storage is a breeze because you can keep all the blocks contained in the sorter when it’s not in use. Looking for a baby shower or first birthday gift? This toy is perfect for either occasion. It’s appropriate for children ages 6 months and up.
• Open-ended play – Turn, spin, stretch, & sort! This multi-sensory shape sorter offers endless ways to play, discover, and explore. Soft, elastic bands let baby reach for and grab the shape blocks.
• Color and shape discovery – A total of 6 shape cutouts invite baby to match the colorful shape blocks and put them through both ends of the sorter
• Promotes Sensory and cognitive development – High-contrast and vibrant colors on textured shapes offer sensory stimulation. Mirrors and sliding beads promote self-discovery and engagement.
• Imaginary play with pals – This playground-themed shape shorter features Zen the Zebra and Cal the Caterpillar, both popular characters from new Baby Einstein edutainment available to stream on YouTube.
• Easy to store & clean – Simply store the shape blocks in the sorter so they’ll never go missing. Hand washable and made with
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