Oduga Ball – One of the Most Innovative Baby Toys I’ve Seen!

*This is a sponsored post. All my opinions are my own and not swayed by outside sources.*

I have three kids, so I can say from experience that toys get expensive. As children grow, their old toys become obsolete, and new toys are needed to satisfy those growing minds. That’s why I think the Oduga Ball is the best baby toy out there. The Oduga grows with your child, offering simple play when they’re babies, to more advanced options when they hit the toddler years.

Screen Shot 2015-04-01 at 3.55.22 PMThe Best Baby Toy is the one that Grows With Your Child

All you moms out there know the drill. We get a great baby toy for our little one, and they love it. Three months later, we’re replacing it because they’ve either outgrown it or they’ve lost interest. It’s a round robin of buying and replacing toys, because or babies’ little minds are constantly evolving, and they either loose interest, or the toy itself becomes to easy for their growing smartypants-ness.

That’s why I think the Oduga Ball is the best baby toy out there. It grows with our babies! The Oduga Ball is a sphere with holes in it. These holes are for adding specific modules as your child grows. They are also for grasping. With nothing in it, the Oduga Ball is a great toy for babies, because they can grasp it for play. As your baby grows, so does the Oduga. It can be everything from a simple sphere with holes to a teether to a simple building system. That screams “best baby toy” to me! Check it out for yourself. Here’s a video of what it does and how it works.

Features by Age

0 – 4 Months

  • Features: Sounds. Patterns. Easy to hold.
  • Builds: Visual development and gross motor skills

4 – 6 Months

  • Features: Teether, ease of control
  • Builds: Tactile stimulation and dexterity

6 – 9 Months

  • Features: Longer teether. Can be held while crawling. Textures and shapes.
  • Builds: Gross motor skills and tactile stimulation

9 – 12 Months

  • Features: Pop-up play. Cause and effect recognition. Baby engagement.
  • Builds: Fine motor skills and flexible thinking

12 – 24 Months

  • Features: Ability of babies to add and remove pieces on their own.
  • Builds: Creativity, dexterity, motor skills, and hand-eye coordination.

24 – 36 Months

  • Features: Movable parts and more complexity. Children can build with it.
  • Builds: Creative and divergent thinking, problem solving, and spatial and motor skills.

The Oduga Ball – The Best Baby Toy You’ve Never Seen

I love the Oduga Ball. I think it’s a great idea. Unfortunately, I can ONLY love the idea right now. The Oduga Ball needs our help to get rolling. They are in the process of launching a crowd-funding program to help them make this wonderful toy a marketable reality, and I am SO on board. The Oduga Ball is one of those great ideas that comes along that you just can’t pass up. The idea behind this toy is absolutely amazing, and I want one! So please, help me make it happen. Otherwise, the Oduga Ball could very well be the best baby toy that we never saw.



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  1. says

    Babies have so much stuff! My whole house turned into a baby factory. It’s great that one toy can grow with babies so that you can cut back on the stuff.

  2. says

    I love this. I always take at least one toy with any gift I take to a baby shower and I think this will start being my go to gift toy for in the future. I love how it grows with the child.

    • Lorenza Alatore says

      Thank you for your comment Grace! We are so excited to know you like the toys! Isn’t it frustrating to know your gift will only be used for a few months?

  3. says

    I am pretty partial to balls and babies. That was my little one’s first word :) This sounds like an amazing toy that won’t get outgrown so quickly.I would love to see it makes its way out of ideas and into stores.

  4. says

    This is my first time hearing about this toy. I too love how it grows with the child. We have a new addition coming soon I’m going to look into this. Thanks for sharing!

  5. Danielle K says

    This looks like such a great toy! My son would’ve loved something like this when he was younger.

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