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Have you met Whoozit yet? This soft, multi-sensory toy is wildly adored by babies and toddlers and might just become your child’s trusty sidekick.
Whoozit is a whimsical, smiling character with an ultra-soft velour face. Its face is very inviting with the fleece clown nose, cushioned smile (that doubles as a handle), and two wide-open eyes. This is only half the story, though. When little hands explore Whoozit, they will find seven hidden arms that can be pulled out and played with. The different black and white patterns of the arms are a silly and fun detail and on the end of each one, there is a special textured shape. These circles, stars, triangles, and hearts are great shapes for some exploration and even make a sound when squeezed.
Your child will be drawn to Whoozit’s silly grin and fun design, but she’ll also be visually and physically stimulated when she plays with it. The bright colors, high-contrast patterns, multi-textured fabrics, and sounds will get her thinking and exploring.
Measures 10” diameter
Embroidered facial features
Face is an ultra-soft velour pillow
Bright colors, high-contrast patterns and ribbons
Encourages visual and tactile exploration
Attaches to most strollers, carriers, car seats
Easy To Clean, Lots of Fun, Various textures, Entertaining, Great Features, Durable, Portable
I hang this from my 4mo twin daughters' activity mats (we have 2 Whoozits and 2 mats) and they absolutely love it. they pull them down and pull on the different hanging shapes and bring them to their mouths. This is a toy they enjoy for long periods of time! It makes a great gift.
Entertaining, Durable, Easy To Clean, Portable, Lots of Fun
This was my son's favorite toy as a toddler. He carried it everywhere and really enjoyed the colors and different arms. He also enjoyed squeaking the nose (and chewing on it). It lasted forever and we have it set aside to show him later in life.
Few Neat Features
I had high hopes for Whoozit because my baby loved other Manhattan Toy products (especially the Baby-Ville Pull Musical), but he never liked Whoozit. I think the problem was lack of sound. Crinkle paper would have improved Whoozit.