We recently received the Pop-Arty from B. toys for our review. All opinions are our own and not influenced in any way.
We are always looking for ways to help our youngest improve her fine gross motor skills and to use both hands. Ever since she was a baby, she prefers using just her right hand. She has strength in her left hand and will use it, but would rather just have a dominant right hand. We have been searching for toys that encourage her to use both of her hands, that keep her occupied, that will cover a length of years (not just a few months) and are made of earth friendly materials and for companies who give back!
While researching different toy companies that met our criteria, I came upon B. toys.
I have seen their products before but didn’t know much about their company. After reading about their company, their mission and their products, I knew they were the company I wanted to know more about and to support!
You can learn more about them by clicking here to go directly to their site. For our review, we received Pop-Arty! With Pop-Arty, your little one can design to their hearts content!
J made bracelets, rings, necklaces, and a rope the she could drag behind her. Here are some of her designs:
As a parent, finding a company that makes quality toys that my kids love to play with is always a hit! My teen even played with her sister and helped her design some of her designs.
We took the Pop-Arty with us on our multi-family trip so we could see how the other little girls felt about Pop-Arty! Once the girls started playing with them, they kept playing with them! They had so much fun and to see their creations was pretty cool!
We are very impressed with Pop-Arty and B. toys! We are new fans!
The Pop-Arty features:
- Snap-together jewelry
- 500 pieces including 12 rings and 6 bracelets
- Fun to make & wear
- Beautiful fashion colors
- Unique shapes & designs
- Great for playdates & parties
- Booklet filled with jewelry ideas included
- Disney 2010 FamilyFun Toy of the Year (T.O.Y.) Award Winner
- And for ages 4 – 10!
The beads do take a bit of an effort to pull apart, however, as a parent who is wanting to build the strength in her daughter’s hands, that is perfectly fine with us.
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