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Pool Noodle Connector

Canoodle Toys are pool noodle connectors that come in a variety of colors, shapes, and sizes. Canoodle Toys incorporates connectors, twisters, sliders, and other attachments that make it very easy to build fun structures. Canoodle Toys can be assembled and connected in many ways, to construct objects such as, forts, rafts, boats, helicopters, palm trees, soccer goals, hula hoops, and much more. Anything you create can be taken apart, and the pieces can be used to make another creation. These pool noodle connectors can be used indoors and outdoors all year round.

The Canoodle Toy was created to stimulate imagination and creativity. Creative and role play is a natural and active way for children to learn. By building fun structures out of pool noodles, children gain a sense of mastery and conquer after constructing something new. Canoodle Toy encourages focus, concentration, social skills, teamwork, imagination, problem solving, and motor skills. Canoodle Toys are made with a poly plastic resin that allows all products to float. Canoodle Toys also feature a UV additive that offers resistance from the harmful effects of the sun. Canoodle Toy is proudly made in the USA.

For any inquiries please contact us at orders@serranoventions.com
Or visit our retailers network at www.canoodletoy.com

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Canoodle - Pool Noodle Connector News

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Mar. 2017

Why are toys important for young children?

Canoodle Toy

Play is essential to babies, toddlers, preschool, and school-age children. Children need plenty of opportunities to play with a variety of good toys and materials and use their imagination. We need to respect and understand more about the world of play and its great value for all babies and children (and adults as well). Toys are an important part of every child’s life. It is a wonderful feeling to give the right toy. Choosing the right toy from among the many possibilities can be very rewarding to both adult and child.

http://families.naeyc.org/learning-and-development/child-development/why-toy




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