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World of Eric Carle, Activity Caterpillar by Kids Preferred
- Inspired By Eric Carle's Classic Tale The Very Hungry Caterpillar
- Multiple Features Are Sure To Entertain Your Child
- Features Crinkle, Rattle, And Squeak Sounds For Stimulating Development
- Adjustable Straps Allow Easy Attachment To The Crib, Carrier Or Stroller
- Plays "Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star
- Inspired by Eric Carle's classic tale The Very Hungry Caterpillar
- Multiple features are sure to entertain your child
- Features crinkle, rattle, and squeak sounds for stimulating development
- Adjustable straps allow easy attachment to the crib, carrier or stroller
- Plays "Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star"
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Well, I got both. The Lamaze inchworm is almost twice as long, very soft, and has a lot of different textures on the body which my newborn took to immediately. When she got older, it was easy for her to squeeze the head and enjoy the music. She snuggles up with it occasionally and when she was a newborn I enjoyed using to measure her length!
This product on the other hand has a lot interesting parts, like the rattle you can see and the rings around the body which I figured she could use as a teether as well. However, like other reviewers pointed out, the music is hard for baby to access. The other thing I didn't like was the material of the toy. The toy was not very soft (then again I didn't expect this to be a plush toy) and there were some parts that started peeling a little after a few weeks of use. This happens with a lot of toys but I was a bit upset since baby loves putting this in her mouth. The bright colors are certainly engaging.
Everything considered, I liked this toy much better as an early development toy and found it comparable to the Lamaze take along toys. I would say it is best suitable for babies between 1 and 8 months. The Lamaze inchworm is better if you're looking for something soft to cuddle with, or if you are introducing it to a newborn.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My 3 month old son received this Eric Carle Activity Caterpillar as a gift for Christmas. We own several Eric Carle toys that we love. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Midwest Mommy
Great distraction for the car. Our baby would try to grab the apple as it swayed in the car. Kept her entertained while we took short trips.Published 1 month ago by Vikram Tiku
My daughter loves this toy! I've had it since she was a newborn. She's 3 months and loves the rings and the different textures.Published 2 months ago by Yahaira Chanlatte
This is a great addition to our daughters crib. She wakes up and for entertains herself while I am able to get her breakfast and bottle prepared. Read morePublished 3 months ago by MD Squared
I really like it my son can't reach it. The way my car seat is make sit difficult for him to reach. I don't know if it's just my carseat or all. Read morePublished 3 months ago by elenalovezjose
I first got this at a thrift store when I was pregnant with my first child late last year. This has been a life saver for me, especially in the car. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Kristen F. Starkus
This was a gift for my daughter's first Christmas. She still uses it and has so much fun with it!Published 5 months ago by Frannces Ramos