This is a sponsored post for Element Associates and Wubble Ball and I received the product for review; all opinions are my own.
I love reviewing toys, because there is NOTHING better to me than to watch my girls light up when they find one they truly love. You should also know that there’s probably nothing my Zoe likes better than bubbles.
So when she saw the Wubble Bubble Ball box sitting on the counter Monday morning, she was so excited I thought she’d explode. “Bubble!” my barely vocal girl gleefully yelled, and so, with great difficulty, I got her to school, promising her she could play with it after homework and chores.
8 hours later, we discovered the toy that she loved better than ANY OTHER TOY EVER. Check it out:
I can’t imagine a gift better than the Wubble Bubble Ball for kid with special needs, like motor skill difficulties or physical disabilities would benefit the most! Fully inflated, this ball is exactly what it says it is: one big giant bubble. NSI President Frank Landi set out to create a giant bubble you could play with – and succeeded! It’s wonderful. I’m not kidding. She sat on it. She pushed it up the stairs, entertained it in her bedroom a while, then rolled it back dow the stairs. She bounced it up and down, tossed it about the house and played catch with it and her family for a little while – I suspect she wanted it to herself again. I even caught her cuddling with it!
But that should be no surprise for Wubble Bubble Ball fans. Target selected it as a 2014 Top Toy for the Holiday Season and it is a Family Fun Toy Of The Year Award Winner. It’s also won the Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Best Toy Award, a National Parenting Center Seal of Approval, a Mr. Dad Approved Award, a Parent’s Choice Award and the Dr. Toy Best 100 Picks Award and more. Whew, that’s a lot!
The downside is that they are not indestructible and, sadly, ours has already been burst. The good news is that Wubble has a lifetime replacement guarantee. It costs $6.99 to replace a Wubble under the guarantee and we will be using that to replace and put it under the tree for her this Christmas. You must also follow the directions for inflating it (I think our troubles may have caused the problem) but if you need guidance or help, you can check out this video about “How to Inflate a Wubble Ball”: http://youtu.be/jy4QK8zRcAo.
The Wubble Bubble Ball is available at Target, Toys R Us and at my Amazon affiliate link: The Amazing Tear-Resistant Super Wubble Bubble Ball – Blue. Wubble Ball is on Twitter and Facebook. I highly recommend the Wubble Bubble Ball for kids with special needs