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Products That Make Toddler Bathing More Fun

If you are having a hard time getting your toddler to take a bath, it is time to tap into your creative mind to put the “fun” back into toddler bathing. Here are some products that can help.


Bubbles never fail to make bath time more fun for anyone. Put them in the bath and it will divert your toddler’s mind and erase his fear of bathing. Blow bubbles while your toddler is on the tub and have him catch them. You can make your own bubbles (add 10 cups of water to 1 cup of soap to make a bubble solution) or buy a bottle of bubble bath with different formulas and scents (try California Baby Calendula Bubble Bath or Nature Baby Organics Bubble Bath – Lovely Lavender).

Foam Bath Letters

Foam bath letters are a big hit with toddlers. They introduce your toddler to the alphabet and teach him to construct and spell words correctly while taking a bath at the same time. Float them, wet them or stick them to the tub walls and play word games like number recognition, alphabet or number train and letter sounds. They are made from soft, non-toxic foam ensuring safe bathing.

Bathtub Paint and Crayons

Who says bath time mess cannot be fun? Do not worry about getting yourself wet. Help your little one unleash his creativity by doing art projects. Give your toddler bath crayons (Crayola Bathtub Crayons) or bath paint (try Sesame Street Finger Paint Fun Soap) and let your toddler color all over the wall and tub. He will find it very entertaining so do not be surprised if he asks for a second or a third bath just so he can play with them. They can be easily washed off with water when you are done so do not worry about staining your bathroom.

Bath Tints

Give your toddler a good squeal (in a good way of course) and use bath tints. They are readily available in craft and department stores and they come in different colors. Let your toddler put tints in bath water and watch your little one’s eyes widen in awe as the water changes color.

Floating Toys

Bath time will not be complete without bath toys. Buy age-appropriate bath toys such as bottles, pirate ships, water flutes, terrycloth puppets and of course, the classic rubber duckies. He will have a grand time in the tub because he is surrounded with colorful bath toys.

Bath Sponges

You can use multi-colored sponges and cut them into different shapes (e.g. fish, star, moon, etc.) or buy bath sponges in different designs and colors (e.g. frogs, dinosaur, bear, SpongeBob, elephant and fruits). Let your toddler do whatever he wants. He can dip it in bath paint or pretend it is a spaceship – the possibilities are endless.

Bath time should be an enjoyable and exciting daily activity for your toddler. With these bath products, your child will surely have a big grin plastered on his face and leave him wanting for more!

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