As baby bats at this Wonder wheel by Sassy, it spins easily, and multiple colored textures blend together for visual stimulation. Center spinners fascinate little fingers with patterns on one side and mirrors on the other. Perfect for high chairs, as the wheel base has a suction cup to hold it in place for baby. Appropriate for babies 6 plus months. Interaction Idea: Attach the Wonder Wheel firmly to a smooth, flat surface. Spin the wheel to show baby the cascading beads, and then show baby how to bat at the wheel to make it spin herself.
what parents are saying
My almost 1 year old has been obsessed with this since when he was 7 months old. This keeps him quiet and busy in the car for almost an hour!!!! Win. (Oct 12, 2017)
This is one of my baby's favorite toys to keep herself entertained. It is a very simple concept and the colors are very loud everywhere. It is also brilliant how the wheel base rotates when turned.
Jul 01, 2020
I love suction toys and my daughter loves attempting to fling them off her high chair. The grip is strong enough that they hold nicely and the colors are vibrant so that they keep her attention.
Mar 03, 2020
Great toy. Great attention grabber for the baby. We use it during meal time when baby gets a little bored sitting in high chair. Though I hate to clean it. If water gets inside it's hard to dry it.
Oct 03, 2018
This is my lifesaver in the morning when I need to get bottles ready and brush my teeth. I put it on the tray of his high chair and he's mesmerized for just enough time to let me get ready. Winner!
Sep 14, 2017
My baby loves playing with this! The colors are great for development and I love how it can be turned 360• degrees. The suction is a nice feature too, without this it would be falling all the time
Oct 06, 2016
Has so many different parts that move or do something. Makes rattle noises and has bright colors to keep attention. Both of my kids have loved this. And noise isn't loud enough to annoy me
Oct 05, 2016
My little one is obsessed with this Sassy wheel! We introduced it at 6 mos and she's still finding new parts to play with. She'll chew on it, spin it, flick the mini wheels, it's a staple at our table
Oct 05, 2016