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Best Bath Toys Roundup

We recently updated our bath toy collection and we were surprised how hard it was to find really great toys for the bath. We went to every store and checked out every website and here are the toys that made our final cut. Some are old classics and some have modern new designs but all of them will keep your kid entertained in the bath long enough to scrub behind their ears. This will make perfect stocking stuffers since most of them are smallish.

Check out which seven toys made the cut for our favorites after the jump.

A. Reeve & Jones WaterWorks $21 Your child can build a water factory with these chutes that stick to the side of the tub. Then just pour water to see everything go!

B. Boon Scrubble $10 These little doo-dads come in three textures and are all interchangeable. Just fill them up with water and squeeze to squirt them out.

C. Finger Paint Bubble Bath $7 Finger painting in the bath! Just smear some on to encourage your little Picasso during bath time.

D. Stack & Nest Cups $12 A little spin on the classic bathtime nesting cups. We think these are an improvement in color and their fun stacking ability.

E. Floating Ducks $12 This mama and baby duck are so sweet together. It is entertaining to keep them balanced and floating on top of each other.  We also love that they are watertight, easy to keep clean.

F. Splat $9 It’s ring toss time. Put the floating post one one end of the bath and try to toss the rings onto the moving target.

G. Alphabet $6 The letters and numbers stick to the side of the bath to spell things out. Our child learned his letters by playing with this set in the bath every evening.

These are our favorite. What are we missing from this round up? What are your favorite, best looking, and most fun toys for bath time?

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