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Give Cuddles, Get Music
As baby gets older, Octotunes will reward the child's squeezes with tunes--or just reward snuggles with tootling goodness, which helps baby learn how to nurture. In the meantime, you can squeeze Octotunes' tentacles and watch your baby's eyes light up, especially during tummy time.
Learn to Play Songs
Octotunes comes with a songbook for older kids, who can follow the color coded directions (matched to the tentacle colors) to play "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star" and "Mary Had a Little Lamb." Octotunes is 12-1/2 inches high and 10 inches across at the base. It comes with a 90-day limited warranty.
About Learning Curve
Learning Curve offers developmental toys that engage children, and provide parents with peace of mind, knowing their children are being inspired and enlightened by safe and high-quality playthings. Learning Curve created the Lamaze Infant Development System working in tandem with parents, babies, and childhood experts. Lamaze ensures your baby will grow, discover, and learn with the right toy at the right time.
I love this toy just as much as he does! Whenever he starts getting fussy I will squeeze the toy for the sounds and he automatically smiles! Would definitely recommend to anyonePublished 9 days ago by Kimberly Barack
Each Leg gives out a beep like sound of different tune...but it isn't as melodious as expected.Published 10 days ago by Ajay
I love octotunes! I first discovered him when I was looking for a gift for my nephew who loves music and had to get one for myself now that I'm expecting. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jennifer L. Gorczynski
The smell of this is delicious. This was one of our favorites as my two were babies. I loved it so much that I had to buy it for my niece. Read morePublished 3 months ago by The Phoenix
Wonderful toy. My baby and older special needs son both love it!Published 3 months ago by Kenda Summers
It's colorful, it makes sounds, it smells like vanilla. Each of the arms plays a different note on the scale. I've seen many adults try to play a song on this thing. Read morePublished 4 months ago by M. Hickel
Like others have mentioned-
It is too hard for a baby to squeeze and make noise. It's also kind of heavy for a baby to even play with. Waste of space.
This Octopus is super cute. A few of the horns takes 2 adult hands to make noise, which is why I gave it one star less than perfect. Over all, we love it here!Published 4 months ago by K. Maglinte