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Waldorfy bath toys?

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Anyone out there with good ideas for non-plastic bath toys? My ds is *almost* one.

Thank you!
post #2 of 7
Wooden boats? My ds had some (still does but he takes showers now).
post #3 of 7
Enamelware cups-- like those sold for camping. Little stainless bowls or measuring cups, stailnless funnels, old fashioned egg beater --the kind with the gear that you turn. Small kitchen colanders.
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My DD's favourite shower/bath toys are containers for holding and pouring water (we use a stainless steel thermos cup lid) and her wooden whale that her dad made for her first birthday to encourage her to bathe 'let's give the whale a swim!'. Of course, wood boats are a classic as well .
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Good ideas!

Thanks so much for the good ideas.

I also came up with one myself today. DS *loves* seashells. And they were MADE for the water!

Also, pinecones might make cool floaty things. Haven't tried that yet, though.
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Yeah, we have a basket of shells, round river rocks and small pieces of driftwood. My kids love big clam shells for filling and pouring. We also found a few cute cotton terrycloth starfish we throw in.
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fun ideas
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