|Mini Bead Maze||7" H x 7.75" W x 3.75" D||Unavailable|
|Product Category:||Toddler Developmental Toys|
Questions & Answers
Melissa and Doug Mini Bead Maze
Joan from Hernando, MS– Verified Buyer
This was a gift and they loved! They play with it almost everyday.
Great idea. Bad Suction
Rebecca Kilibarda from Louisville, KY– Verified Buyer
I bought this toy for my 9-month old son to play with in his highchair, while I was making dinner. It is very cute, perfect size, and a great idea, the only problem is that the suction cups don't stick well. He was able to pull it up and then would throw it on the ground, really easily.
leebert from Toronto, Canada– Verified Buyer
My son loves this and it's a great learning tool for a break while waiting for his next meal. You can't lose with this item.
LOVE this toy!
Lisa from Arkansas
I love the colors, they are very bright and I know Drex will have a good time playing with the maze. I'm a huge fan of wooden toys.
10 month old LOVES this on her meal tray
Stefrz from Chicago, IL– Verified Buyer
Keeps my 10-month entertained while she eats her cherrios or snacks in her high chair. This toy is educational and has suction cups on it so it stays put on her tray (on her highchair). Keeps her entertained so I have time to make coffee for myself, make bottles, or eat my own meal.
mommacita from chandler,az– Verified Buyer
We stick it on my daughters high chair when we need her confined and it keeps her entertained for a bit. We have taken it out to eat as well. Sticks to things well.
Mom of One from Colchester, CT– Verified Buyer
I give this to my daughter when she's in her high chair while I prepare her food. It suction cups to the tray. It keeps her busy and me sane!
Anonymous from South Carolina– Verified Buyer
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