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Heart Busy Board with a Tongue

A smiley Heart busy board is perfect for a lovely gender-neutral baby playroom.

$99.0

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Our Heart busy board base is inspired by Emojis, Love, and color Yellow. It’s perfect for gender-neutral nurseries. For aspiring explorers from 6 months old.

The busy board is a thing to keep babies and toddlers busy while developing fine and gross motor skills, self-sufficiency, and creativity.

 We love this Heart busy board base. Face shapes add to the play experience, helping toddlers build empathy skills.

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The benefits of busy board

+ develops fine and gross motor skills, strengthens little fingers;
+ makes a bunch of pleasant natural noises;
+ very durable;
+ long-lasting. A big hit in between 1 and 3 years old. While babies use it to pull and push, big kids like more elaborate imaginary play.
+ Bright and beautiful, will add a pop to any playroom
+ Storage-free and mess-free

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Size:
11 x 16 x 3 inches
29×40 x 8 cm

Base materials:
Solid pine wood
Baby-safe clear matte lacquer finish

Parts used:

  • Large wheel
  • Golden bell “Snitch”
  • Belt buckle
  • Velcro strip
  • Door with lock
  • Red rubber towel holder
  • Door with latch
  • Reading lightbox
  • Rubber zipper pouch
  • Spring stopper
  • Metal ball roller
  • Round mirror

🎁 To mix-n-match your own design, go here.

A set of wall screws & hi-grade zip locks included. Comes in a bright reusable cardboard box.

This incredible interactive activity board is a wonderful addition to any play nook, nursery, or kindergarten. Busy boards provide sensory, kinesthetic, visual, and auditory feedback to basic touch input. Every move brings the stimulation that kids enjoy and learn from.

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Easy to mount on the walls, cribs, chairs, climbing triangles, or playpen walls. Use it at home or at school.

🏠 At home, put the board in the shared areas to keep the babies involved, yet busy and out of the way. It works great next to the kitchen, home office, and in all sorts of play areas.

⌛️ At school, keep the boards aligned with certain sets of skills or sensory stimuli. Give them out to the kids to work in groups or one-on-one.