Nuby Foam Bath Letters and Numbers Review & Giveaway

Disclaimer: I received a free product for my review! These views are my own and were not 
at all influenced by the party who gave me this opportunity..

Bath time is one of my son’s favorite activities. Of course he loves having tons of bath toys in the tub so I try to make this time educational as well as fun. We recently were able to review

Nuby’s Foam Bath Letters and Numbers which my son has a blast with. He has been learning what sounds the letters make and how to read so we had fun saying the sounds each letter made and I would even put up words he was learning on the shower wall and have my son read it to me; the fact that he had some colorful new bath toys for this really helped to keep him interested which only makes teaching him that much easier. We also enjoyed working on recognizing numbers which he sometimes has a difficult time with.

Besides just creating words with these letters, try placing the numbers like a connect-the-dots so your child can use a bath crayon to connect them together and learn how to write out the letters. For each letter you have them write, try putting the matching foam letter above where they are writing so they can see what the finished product should look like.

Nuby foam bath letters are Arts & Crackers approved because they are educational, fun, and safe (BPA and Phthalate free.) Each set comes with all 26 letters of the alphabet and 10 numbers that stick to your bathtub wall when wet and float in the bath water for easy cleanup. This product is meant for children 18 months + and my 3-year-old gets a lot of use out of them.

Purchase them on Nuby.com

Foam bath toys EVERYWHERE? Check out my simple solution HERE to keep your child’s foam bath toys organized! Also, pictured above is the Nuby Floating Octopus; see that review HERE.

7 Comments

  1. Entered 🙂

  2. Fun and educational…nuff said 🙂

  3. I think Jasmine would love these.

  4. I’ve never seen those before. Great idea on hanging the toys in the laundry bag. I hate wet toys. 🙂

  5. These seem to be a great variation to writting on the bath walls! Thanks for sharing

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