Thomas and Friends Bath Toys

We were recently sent an assortment of Thomas and Friends bath toys to review. James is a massive train fan and loves watching Thomas on TV with his brothers. We were sent 3 toys to review.

Thomas the Tank Bath Soap Crayons – The  crayons are 3D moulded, they are made from Bath Soap and are shaped in children’s favourite characters Thomas, James, Percy & “all aboard” designs. The soapy crayons can be used to draw on the bath, the tiles or all over a child’s body. They have an RRP £3.00. They are suitable for children aged three to five years old.
Here is James and Nathan using the bath crayons.
Nathan thought it was lots of fun to colour in his hand and James loved drawing all over the side of the bath. My only complaint about the crayons and this is really minor is that once they get really wet they are slippy and can be quite messy. Having said that they do dry out quickly and are reusable for the next bath time. It is simple to clean up after use to as any crayon just washes off with water.

Thomas the Tank Engine Magic Facecloth and Fizzer Set – The set includes a compressed facecloth in a friendly Thomas the Tank Engine face design that magically expands when placed in water for fun cleansing.

The ‘Thomas’ bath fizzer can be dropped  into the bath to create blue, fruity fragranced bath water which is kind for young skin. The set has an RRP £3.00, it is suitable for children aged three to five years old.

Thomas the Tank Engine Bath Buddy – The bath buddy designed for fun play and cleansing in the bath. Made from water friendly soft fabrics, this product is suitable for all ages. It has an RRP £5.00. James loves the bath buddy he makes it move along the bath and makes train noises ( I love their imagination at his ages) he likes to put it under the water to so that it “fills” with water and then squeezes it all back out.

We highly recommend all 3 of these bath toys, they certainly have made James’ bath time fun. We give them a fabulous 4/5 rating.

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