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8 Adorable Bath Toys For Girls
While many bath toys are equally enjoyed by both little boys and girls, some baby girls take to certain toys just a little bit more. Plus it can be fun to girl it up every once in a while for your pint-sized ladies.
That’s what this page is about, finding the best bath toys designed specifically with girls in mind.
There are some very cute bath toys for girls on the market, including baby dolls, figurines of your growing gal’s favorite TV characters, and various brightly colored playthings, from squirters to pouring toys.
Take a look at the table below to compare some of the most precious and highly rated bath toys for girls available. Further down we’ll go into more detail about a few of the crowd favorites.
Comparing The Best Bath Toys For Girls
|Skip Hop Dunks Stacking Bath Toy, Pink/Orange/Yellow||10 Months||$||4.8|
|Corolle Mon Premier Bebe Bath Girl Doll||18 Months||$$$||4.6|
|Fisher-Price Dora The Explorer Splash Around Dora and Boots||36 Months||$$||4.7|
|Fisher-Price Nickelodeon Bubble Guppies Molly, Oona, Starfish Bath Squirters||18 Months||$$||4.8|
|Learning Resources Smart Splash Sail Away Shapes||24 Months||$||4.6|
|Elegant Baby Bath Time Fun Rubber Water Squirties, Dinosaur Party||6 Months||$||4.9|
|Munchkin 4 Piece Squirts Bath Toy, Cupcake||9 Months||$||4.8|
|Little Tikes Bath Time Tea||12 Months||$||4.5|
A Closer Look Into The Cutest Bath Toys For Girls
Hopefully the comparison chart above has given you a few ideas about which toys are right for your baby. If you’re still undecided, read on and we will explore some of the top options in even more detail below.
Sometimes the simplest of toys can rank at the very top. This is exactly the case with Skip Hop’s stacking duck bath toys; they are absolutely raved about! This set comes with three brightly colored duck-shaped stacking cups that are dishwasher safe, BPA free, phthalate free, and PVC free. Lets face it, on top of the high safety standards, these little ducks are pretty darn cute. Form definitely follows function for these toys in several ways. The ducks are designed to be easy for little hands to grasp, enabling babies to develop fine motor skills by pushing them along the water’s surface, scooping up water, and pouring water out of the cups. In addition to the advantages this set has for little ones, the ducks can also be used by parents as rinsing cups!
What a unique toy! The Corolle Mon Premier Bath Doll is specifically designed to go into the tub.
The doll is engineered to dry quickly; its face and limbs are made of a soft vinyl and its body is filled with fast-drying polystyrene “beads,” plus the doll has a tab at the back of its neck for an easy way to hang dry post-bath time. Parents report that the doll dries so well that it is a favorite toy both in and out of the tub.
More praise for this doll includes that it has beautiful features, is very high quality, and — this one may surprise you — that it smells great! It has a subtle vanilla scent, a Corolle signature feature, that parents and kids alike are drawn to.
Kids love that this doll is very soft and cuddle-worthy, and that its eyes open and close like a real baby. The doll measures 12″ from head to toe, making it a perfect size for tiny girls to snuggle and tote around.
Fact: the Bubble Guppies characters are about as cute as it gets. Kids love the characters from the TV show, and that amplifies their enjoyment of these Molly and Oona bath squirters.
They are a big hit with Bubble Guppies fans, so if you purchase this set prepare for your little lady to want to play with these mermaid friends in and out of the bath. Many parents report that this set quickly turned into the most requested toy in the house, then into the most requested toys to go to bed with, and also became the toy most commonly snuck out of the house!
The toys are praised for their spot-on likenesses of the characters and for being the perfect size for little hands. They’re made of a soft plastic and are notably durable with play-resistant paint.
The only drawback to mention is that Molly and Oona seem to be slightly difficult for kids to fill and squirt. The starfish, however, seems easy enough for kids to maneuver.