Soft, adorable and perfect for little hands, Dolce toys are the perfect choice for baby. The Play and Learn Safari by Dolce is one of the newest from the brand, and it is almost too cute to handle. Safari Play & Learn has lots of details for engaging fun. The toy features bright contrasting colors for baby to focus on and a soft body with various textures throughout. Play and Learn Safari reminds me of Nesting dolls otherwise known as Matryoshka dolls. Dolce Safari Play And Learn starts out as an elephant and when you open it, out comes a Hippopotamus. Inside the Hippopotamus, there is a lion. When you open the lion, out comes a little monkey ball.

Play and Learn Safari

Dolce Safari Play & LearnThere’s a plastic orange teether attached to the elephant.The little monkey has a tinkly bell inside. It is like a little rattle and fits into the lion.

The lion features a bow to help little ones learn bow-tying.  He also features a soft mane and a velcro pouch.The lion fits inside the hippopotamus belly, which has a large green button to help children learn how to fasten buttons.

The hippo and other animals all fit into the large elephant which has crinkly-sounding ears when they are wrinkled. The elephant, has a zipper to insert the three other animals inside his belly.

For a young child, there is so much to learn with Dolce Safari Play & Learn from nesting to shape sorting. Bright colors, varying textures, and different sounds provide tactile and visual stimulation, while also introducing babies to cause and effect.

Dolce stands for develop, observe, learn, create, and educate. As a parent I am always on the lookout for toys that stimulate a child’s development  and Dolce Toys certainly do just that.

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Rose DesRochers
Rose DesRochers is a Blogger, Writer, product reviewer and Founder of Today's Woman. Please feel free to contact me if you are a company with a product for me to review.


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    Absolutely adorable!

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    Those are cute thanks for sharing !

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    I wondered what Dolce meant. I thought it was Italian. Thank you for sharing.


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