Growing up is the greatest adventure and with Caillou your preschooler will learn how to manage everyday adventures like tying shoes, composting, how to be healthy and much more!
Discovery, learning, growing. In Caillou’s world, these things are paramount. Being 4 years old means life is full of little challenges ? and sometimes BIG ones too! Caillou meets these challenges eagerly; exploring his world, discovering new things, and often learning from his mistakes. With a focus on healthy nutrition, exercise, safety, and the environment, each Caillou episode is grounded in an everyday experience ? one that inspires children to grow emotionally as they explore the world around them. As Caillou overcomes life’s obstacles and makes healthy choices, children are inspired to do the same ? making him an everyday hero!
Little ones will love bath time even more with this fun activity set. Send the Caillou figure (included) down the slippery slide. Use the larger Caillou’s hat to scoop up water and pour it in his head. Turn the swim ring and move the green fish back and forth to hear a sound. Use the net to fish the smaller Caillou figure from the water. Attach the playset to the wall with suction cups (included) for easy drying between uses.Suggested for ages 12 months-4 years.
When you take off Cailou’s hat you can put water in that section where it comes out his mouth, like in the picture above, and it spins the green wheel below it.
Big Sis is 4 and Lil Sis is 18 months old and they both enjoyed playing with this toy. I really like that it sticks to the wall because that keeps toys out of the tub. They most enjoyed putting all sorts of toys down the slide.
We finished out our evening by watching some Caillou on tv. Such a great show for the preschooler age.
Connect: You can connect with Caillou on Facebook.
Buy It! You can purchase Caillou Bathtime With You Activity Set for $19.99. Check out the Caillou toy line available at ToysRUs.com
Giveaway Winner Entry #757 Janet W.
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