Deluxe Bath Track Water Course
Make bath time a carefree learning STEM adventure. The water ball has rattling integrated marbles. It zips around the spiral curve, plops into the see-saw bucket and tumbles out the other side.
Children design the ball’s course by adhering the suction cups. The water track elements arrange in endless ways. Water can also be filled into the tracks with the ladle. The set includes one water ball, one ladle, one spiral curve ramp, one see-saw bucket, and one track/ramp. Physical properties of water, spatial reasoning, simple Newtonian laws, and creative design of tracks that work are the developmental value that makes this an Early Childhood STEM toy.SIZE: 8" x 6" x 5"
AGE RANGE: 3 years +
Water is tactile. Young children learn best by touching and playing with toys and materials. With a toy like this simple water tower set, a child can investigate the properties of water with no preconceived knowledge.
Young children are naturally drawn to water because of its appealing physical properties and a child’s innate curiosity about cause and effect, warm and cool, floating and sinking. Water play is an early science lesson disguised as play and fun.
Children continue to increase their vocabulary with your support. They can’t use words until they understand the meaning. It's not necessary to restrict language to simple words. In fact, you can support language learning by using terms like pour, trickle, float, stream, and flow.
Handling and manipulating toys, squeezing water through toys, moving them in and out of the cage are all forms of sensory play which help develop fine motor skills in preparation for hand and finger control needed for writing.
HABA is a family-owned German firm making children's toys for over 75 years. The design team at HABA is committed to safety, sustainability, and quality. They develop over 250 new ideas each year. They focus on natural toys with maple and beechwood as a central focus.
HABA has received numerous awards and recognitions each year in its product collection. Over time, they have been recognized by at least 45 industry, governmental and parenting organizations.