The Top Bath Toys for KidsMolly Thornberg
Splish-splash, the kids are taking a bath! Who says bath time has to be all about cleaning dirty little bodies? Rev up the fun, and break out of the standard washing routine with some fun new bath toys.
We’ve rounded up the top 15 bath toys that will put your simple yellow rubber ducky to shame! Rub-a-dub-dub with these top 15 bath toys for the tub!
Alex Tub Tunes Water Flutes 1 of 15Let your toddler create music in the bath tub with Alex Tub Tunes Water Flutes. Fill each flute up with various amounts of water and listen to the tunes your toddlers has to play.
Get it from Amazon, $11.04
Kids Bath Crayons Tub Toy 2 of 15This tub toy is six crayons in one! Let your toddler color his heart away, and don't worry; the crayons easily wash off skin with soap and water and can be wiped off of bathtubs, tile, and non-porous surfaces.
Get it from Amazon, $6.10
Dunck Stacking Bath Toys 3 of 15This adorable set of three colorful ducks float and allow your toddler to pour for endless bath fun! The Dunck bath toys also double as rinse cups for washing off soap or shampoo. It's a win-win!
Get it from Skip Hop, $10
Skip Hop Octopus Ring Toss 4 of 15Octopus Ring Toss is a wall-mounted bath toy that allows you to pour water into the top of the octopus' head and watch it sprinkle down its arms. You and the kids can also play a game of ring toss by throwing rings onto the octopus' tentacles!
Get it from Skip Hop, $13
Boon Bubble Suction Cup Toys 5 of 15This bath toy from Boon will have have your toddler sticking the suction cups on each other, the bathtub, and themselves!
Get it from Boon, $17.99
Boon Water Bugs 6 of 15Set these colorful "insects" free in the bath, and watch your kids scoop them up as they glide across the water.
Get them from Boon, $9.99
Dano Ducki Bath Toy 7 of 15Who doesn't love a ducky in the bath tub? This little duck was created with the conscious mom in mind. It's PVS- BPA-, and phthalate-free. A hatch on the bottom opens for cleaning and airing out (no more squeezing ducky!), and two teeth surfaces are available for the toddler who's growing some new chompers.
Get it from Baby Koo, $8
Yo Gabba Gabba Bath Time Buddies 8 of 15Yo Gabba Gabba Bath Time Buddies are perfect for fans of the hit show who want some big-time bath fun! This set include 21 nifty foam stickers, including all of the Yo Gabba Gabba characters. Your tot can stick them all around the bath tub (again, and again, and again).
Get it from Amazon, $15.95
Vulli Sophie Bath Toy 9 of 15Sophie the Giraffe is now available for the bath!
Get it from Amazon, $14
Fisher-Price Little People Play and Float Boat 10 of 15This darling little boat lets you bring all the fun of Little People into the water! The cabin doubles as a strainer and scoop, and all the pieces can be stored "on board" for easy clean-up.
Get it from Amazon, $10.88
Swimming Frog 11 of 15My older kids had this toy when they were toddlers, and it was a beloved favorite. Just wind the frog up, and watch him swim!
Get it from Amazon, $7.95
Kids Silly Squirty Bath Puppets 12 of 15What kid doesn't love puppets? These pals are special, made of soft cotton terry cloth for the bath. Watch out, though; they'll also squirt water!
Get it from One Step Ahead, $12.95
Mermaid Minnie and Friends Bath Squirters 13 of 15Minnie and friends are making their way to the bath tub dressed as mermaids. Bonus: these toys can swim and squirt water.
Get it from Fisher-Price, $10
Mr. Bubble Bubbles Boat 14 of 15Mr. Bubble brings you a boat that does what he does best: blow bubbles!
Get it from Amazon, $23.44
Bath Time Fishing 15 of 15How's this for a bath tub toy?! No need for a pond to fish in when you've got a fishing rod, magnetic worms, and fish for your tub! Submerge the fish and watch them blow bubbles.
Get it from Amazon, $18.99
What’s YOUR child’s favorite bath time toy?
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