Yookidoo is a toy company that is known for their incredible bath toys. International Bath Day is on June 14th which celebrates how bath-time is more than just a quick cleanse. It’s a time for one to reflect, recuperate and relax. For parents and their little loved one, a bath can be a fun, relaxing ritual to connect and to discover. That’s why a day was created solely for celebrating bath time! International Bath Day is celebrated each year on June 14 and encourages parents to share bathtub bonding through interactivity, development, and fun.
According to ancient legend, on this day Greek mathematician, scientist, and scholar, Archimedes, discovered while taking a bath that an object’s volume could be accurately measured by being submerged in water! Unable to contain his excitement, Archimedes leapt out of the bathtub and yelled, “Eureka, Eureka!” while running through Greece. Like Archimedes, children can learn the basic properties of physics such as empty versus full, floating, sinking, weight, and cause and effect all while having FUN in the tub!
When the Yookidoo® brand launched, it set out to create a brand that would make a difference. Bath Toys was a neglected niche and in the growing technological world, a category where kids remain tech-free and create an opportunity for quality parent-child time, promoting development and bonding. Creating and endorsing a positive bath time experience promotes hygiene regulations at an early age. From a developmental aspect, water enables learning unique cause and effect phenomenon through which basic concepts such as colors, shapes, and numbers can be learned.
Yookidoo’s baby toys are all about fun, entertainment, exploration and discovery and the bath toys line have positioned the company as the world leader in the bath toys category. In the past year, Yookidoo introduced a subcategory of newborn bath toys with their Sensory Bath Mobile and Elephant Baby Shower and broadened the age up to toddlers ages 2-6 with Jet Duck Family.
Yookidoo’s Sensory Bath Mobile—A battery operated Sensory Bath Mobile that spins & sprinkles while swivelling bird sprays a gentle stream of water, plus it’s endorsed by several developmental psychologists & occupational therapists to improve audio stimuli, tactical stimuli, visual stimuli, and proprioceptive stimuli. VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r7c9rV1bmgo
The Elephant Baby Shower—This a battery operated, compact and portable baby shower designed for ease of use by parents and introduces sensory play from baby’s first days, promoting visual focus skills through contrast and movement. It also creates a soothing bath time experience free of dripping cups and teary eyes, making healthy hygiene for baby easier for parents. VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5QYpVnjd3C4
Jet Duck Family—This is a multifunctional battery-operated toy that speeds through the tub while firing water and it’s 15 themed accessories allow interchange costume play, think “Mr. Potato” for the bathtime. This amazing toy is played with inside the tub teaching kid’s principles of physics and hydrodynamics and can also be played outside of the tub like Mr. Potato Head only a Jet Duck.
The toys produced by this company are truly innovative, fun, and par-none. The “Jet Duck” series is especially fascinating since it gives children the option to customize their figure and then delight in watching it jet around the bath, spewing water and changing direction to child’s preference. Perfect for both boys and girls, any of these items are highly recommended. To learn more about Yookidoo, visit their official website.
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Meagan J. Meehan is a published author, poet, cartoonist, and produced playwright. She pens columns for the Great South Bay Magazine, Blasting News, and Entertainment Vine. She is also a stop-motion animator and an award-winning abstract artist. Meagan holds a BA in English Literature and a MA in Communication. She is also an animal advocate and a fledging toy and game designer.
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