Toy Tuesday: Non-Toxic and Safe, Bath Time Toys for Baby

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Bath-time has many benefits for baby besides just getting her clean. Some of these benefits include soothing and comforting baby, learning/play, and emotional/bonding. Bath-time soothes and comforts baby just as it would an adult. Warm water relaxes baby and helps her to calm if upset as well as getting her ready for a night-time sleep after a day full of play. Bath-time is also a learning play-time for baby as she sees a cause and effect reaction when you and she make splashes in the water. Baby will also use hand-eye coordination as she tries to grasp bath-toys and play too. She is also learning as you clean and talk to her. Bonding is an additional benefit of bath-time. Mom and dad can both have the opportunity to bond with baby at bath-time as she listens to your voice and spend this special time of day with her. Bath-time is just another way baby is learning how you take care of all her needs and love her so much!

It is important to choose safe and non-toxic bath toys for baby to play with. Many rubber duckies can have mold lurking within them or toxic chemicals that can come in contact with your baby. The following toys are free of harmful chemicals and a safe choice for your baby’s bath-time.

CaaOcho Kala the Whale


CaaOcho® pure natural rubber bath toy Kala the Whale makes bath time a happy and fun! The toy starts as pure natural tree sap from the rubber tree Hevea that is minimally processed into durable 100% pure natural rubber. Certified BPA, PVC, Phthalate and Nitrosamine free, painted with non-toxic food-grade paints, the toy is completely non-toxic. Kala the Whale is earth friendly, it is produced sustainably and is entirely biodegradable. The bath toy is hermetically sealed design making it a great water play companion without any possibility of bacteria and mould growth. Perfectly sized for baby’s hands and soft enough for baby’s mouth, the bath toy Kala the Whale encourages the baby to experiment with holding, squeezing, splashing and turning that develop hand-eye coordination and gross motor skills as well as baby’s sense of cause and effect and spatial awareness.

Rich Frog Rubber Duck


This rubber duck is made from natural latex, which is naturally phthalate and BPA free. It is also hand painted using natural-dye paints.

Boon Odd Ducks


This adorable 4-pack of bath-time ducks comes in super cute designs/colors and is BPA-free, phthalate, and PVC free. The duck do not hold water and therefore won’t grow mold.

HEVEA Natural Rubber Duck


This natural rubber duck is plastic-free and has no holes that water can get into. It is made with 100% non-toxic natural rubber and is free of BPA, Phthalates and PVC.  Soft, malleable and easy for tiny hands to grasp and has a patterned texture on beak and feet that makes it ideal for soothing and massaging irritated gums.

Boon Fleet Stacking Boat Toy

Boon Fleet Stacking Boat Toys are perfect for bath time fun. This set of five stack and pour boats has wide decks for scooping and pouring water. Drain holes add for a fun rain effect and encourage interactive play. This set is BPA Phthlate and PVC free.

Green Toys My First Stackers

These stacking cups are different sizes and colors to keep you baby playing happily in and out of the bath. They are made in the USA from recycled milk jugs and are BPA and phthalate free. Cups fit together for easy storage. Set includes 8 stackable cups.

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  1. Aaliyah says

    I just want to update that I purchased the rich frog duck based on your recommendation and was not happy with it. The rubber started to bubble and peel. The Boon Odd has mixed reviews on Amazon related to a strong toxic smell, possibly paint. I found one I’m waiting to receive called Celebriducks which is made in the USA and is supposed to be based on feedback from parents on what makes the perfect rubber duck. Sorry so long but just wanted to share

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