Chewy Tubes P's and Q's
- P's and Q's are made of the same FDA compliant material as all the Chewy Tubes products.
- They offer a safe, non-toxic durable surface for biting and chewing activities.
- Lead free and latex free, and do not contain PVC or phthalates.
- Young children enjoy grasping the P with their newly developing fine motor skills.
- Babies enjoy exploring the little stem on the Q with their tongue. At about 6 months when lateral biting begins to develop, the child will swing that little stem over to the side of the jaw for more intense biting.
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Top Customer Reviews
He does not have a preference for P or Q and seems to chew on both equally. They are very durable and show basically no wear after almost six months of use during daycare hours only. He does not bite at home or church, so we only use the Ps and Qs at daycare. He is still a biter, but now he is in a class with one other biter and they pretty much bite the Ps and Qs or each other and leave the nonbiting kids alone. Within a week of using the Ps and Qs, our number of bites per day dropped dramatically.
My first son never bit anything, but used a pacifier until he was 2. This whole biting situation has been extremely frustrating for us, but the Ps and Qs really seemed to help.
-Hard rubber for maximum sensory input
-Easy to attach to a pacifier clip if, like us, you attach these to your kiddo's collar
-Q letter is tough to fit into the mouth. The circle is too big to fit it in sideways, and the Q tail is not long enough to hit the back teeth, which is the best part for the jaw to get real input.
-They are solid, not hollow, which means they do not have much "give" for chewing; work better for biting and holding. (My boy prefers chewing.)
-Heavier (in terms of weight) than the chewy tubes, a consideration if your kid wears them
It depends on what your individual kid likes, as I think we all know. These might be perfect for some. For us, we found our winner with the blue chewy tube but we keep these as good back ups (particularly the P).
He likes the P and prefers it to a couple of other chewing options. For me, it is TOO sturdy and hurts my teeth when I try chewing on it, but maybe I am more sensitive. It was also the beat price I found on chewing options.
My only concern is that this sometimes clings to my hair and pulls it out!! Its not as bad as other silicone chewers we have tried, but could be a concern for some people or small children who won't understand.
All in all, it's a harder chew, but he loves it and it works for our budget!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These two tubes I really recommend for autistic children they kept my six-year-old from chewing on everything he get his hands on to. I've been using them for yearsPublished 20 days ago by Lisa R
My granddaughters love these letters. In fact one granddaughter learned to recognize the the letters P & Q before she was 1yr old. Other letters might be appreciated too!!Published 2 months ago by Susan Beaman
I use this for a kiddo with disabilities, as it is much more age appropriate than a binkie. She loves it!Published 7 months ago by WMS
They were smaller than I thought. For 12 mon to 24 mon. I was looking for older child with special needs.Published 7 months ago by Tara White
Therapeutic "toy" for tactile and focusing exercises. Simple without being boring. Helpful to facilitate conversion without direct confrontation.Published 8 months ago by Alexander Aragon