Wee Wedgits: A Timberdoodle Review

Wedgits for wee ones! Wee Wedgits are a part of Baby Timberdoodle Core Curriculum Package. They are "rubber ducky" soft and a fun first building toy for my little Bo.

Wee Wedgits will grow with him. They can be used for:
  • toys to chew on and explore
  • towers to knock down
  • stacking 
  • open ended play
  • building dexterity
  • size relationships
  • sorting colors
  • memory skills 
  • building simple to complex structures
The Planning Folder that comes with the Baby Core Curriculum gives ideas and inspiration for using them.

Timberdoodle price: $40.50

How does my baby like them?

He likes to chew on them.

They are soft enough to land on.

They're great for just hanging out with.

They provide motivation for learning to sit up. . .

and for learning to crawl.

They also float!

Move over rubber ducky, Wedgits "make bath time so much {more} fun." :)

Features of this set:
  • 30-piece set
  • Soft, poly-vinyl blocks
  • Smooth, rounded edges
  • Non-toxic, phthalate free poly-vinyl
  • Dishwasher safe
The age on the box says for 1+, but these are totally safe for my 7 month old, who loves them!

What do I think?

I think these are great for all the reasons above, but also because I can build things while he is discovering ~ it is kinda neat how they fit together in more ways than one. They are super easy to clean and stack together easily for storage when we are done playing (you have to stack them to fit them back in the box).

I think Timberdoodle has done a great job putting together their Baby Timberdoodle Core Curriculum Package. I can tell they have put a lot of thought into their selections. . . and they sure look like fun!

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Disclosure: As a member of Timberdoodle's Blogger Review Team I received a free copy of this book in exchange for a frank and unbiased review.