Brio Ball Pounder | A Review

Wednesday, 28 March 2018
As Isla gets older shes showing more interest in toys and objects which are allowing her to discover more and learn cause and effect. Through playing she is learning a lot more about the world around her. 

Recently, we received a new toy from the Brio range which is the Ball Pounder, the name alone explains the toy but honestly it's not as scary as it initially sounds. 

Brio are well known for their exceptional quality wooden toys, and this Ball Pounder is no different to the quality you can expect from them. 

The 5-piece set comes complete with 3 bright multi-coloured balls, a child-friendly hammer which has a bright yellow handle and a rubber top, and a bright red bucket. However, there is more to this than initially meets the eye, not only does it provide it intended purpose however, the balls provide different textures being partly rubber and partly shiny. As you move the balls around they also make different sounds. 

Each of the items are in good proportion for little hands, whilst some of the items may come across a little heavier, they were easy enough to manipulate around.

Isla has had so much fun with this toy, she has lined up each of the balls before proceeding to hit them through the small hole. Within the hole, there is a small C shaped plastic which allows the ball to stay up and means it requires a good hit to fall through. 

This toy is suitable for children of 18 months upwards and provides many benefits to the children. It has an RRP of £24.95 and is available from good retailers. 

Please Note: We received this product in exchange for an honest review. All words and opinions are my own and not influenced in any way. 

No comments


Disqus for My Mummys World