Colour Me: Who’s in the Water?

£9.00

Colour Me: Who’s in the Water? Bath Book

This genius water bath book from Wee Gallery can be used in the bath or as an alternative messy play idea. Babies will delight in the magic of this bath book. Bold black and white artwork comes to life when immersed in water, revealing Frog, Duck, Octopus, Dolphin and their underwater friends.

Can also be used an alternative “messy” play activity. Simply use a paint brush soaked in water, brush over the page and watch the colours come to life.

4 in stock

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Colour Me: Who’s in the Water? Bath Book

Bathtime becomes a magical experience with Colour Me: Who’s in the Water? Bath Book Splish, splash and be amazed as the beautiful artwork comes to life when brushed with water, revealing a world of colour. Babies will love meeting Frog, Duck, Octopus, Dolphin and their underwater friends.

Can also be used an alternative “messy” play activity. Simply use a paint brush soaked in water, brush over the page and watch the colours come to life.

Research has indicated that newborn babies love high-contrast images and respond well to them. This adorable series from Wee Gallery features bold illustrations along with simple words to help babies develop their vision and language skills.

Also available Who’s in the pond?

About the brand

Wee collections are both educational and artful. They go hand-in-hand in our book. Over the years we have informally worked with a mix of child development experts who have introduced Wee Gallery merchandise to their own children. We recently created a more formalized group of advisors to ensure we stay informed about advances in the area of infant development so our products can maintain high standards as educational tools. Similarly, each of our collections’ designs must pass the test of, “Will this equally enchant both children and design obsessed parents?”

Wee products engage children for years. Though our products are designed with infant development in mind, we have found that they have a much longer lifespan in children’s lives. So while infants are mesmerized by the high-contrast patterns used in our Art Cards’ whimsical hand-painted images, the six month old loves to focus on a card’s single figure, and the two year old is able to call them by name. Similarly, our stroller toys have bold high-contrast images that engage babies and toddlers, while the back of each card has a related question about the image as a way to engage toddlers and a-bit-older kids in a game of “wee spy”
while out and about.

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