Woodpecker Feeding Games

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New Way of Pretend Playing

Mom: Pretend the little fledgling Toddler: Pretend the bird mom
M: “I am hungry! I like the worm with the color pink.”
T: (Put the worm out and put it into the mouth of the little fledgling)
M: Nice Job! How many worms I have?
T: em mm one

Play together with your baby and have more communication through playing this pretend toy.

  • Imitating the natural that bird mom feeds its fledgling
  • Pretend play game toy for toddlers developing their fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination

Safe For Baby's Hands

Top Bright pays more attention to improve the quality of the baby's toy. Smooth edge and non-toxic environmental material ensure safety when your toddler is playing with it.

Easy Storage
Moms always complain that baby's toys are difficult to get in place. Get the colorful worm in the tree will be a good way to store and save space. After playing, your baby also learns to storage by themselves with a good habit.

Color Recognition
Cute caterpillars with bright colors help kids build color recognition, counting skills through this excellent motor skill games.

Fine Motor Skill Toy
Hold the birds handle and put the colorful caterpillars out and put them into the tree. This series of actions will improve the baby's exceptional motor skills, problem resolving power, and patience. Develop baby's abilities while playing games.

Contents & Size

Product Specs:

  • Age recommendation:  12 months-5 years
  • Dimensions: 9.6 x 4.5 x 7.5 inches
  • Item Weight: 1.18 pounds


About TOP BRIGHT: Established in 1989, Top Bright insists on the "Light Up Children's Talent" mission and provides environmentally friendly, safe, and educational wooden toys for children 0-6 years old around the world. Now Top Bright products are well sold in more than 30 counties and have won more and more parents' trust and affection. We are still working hard to provide high-quality educational toys and the best shopping experience for our valued customers like you.


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Customer Reviews

Based on 66 reviews
Great learning toy

I bought this for my 20 month grandson. He enjoys getting the worms out of the tree - perfect for hand/eye coordination practice... money well spent for this grandma.

Ahmed Uosef
Nice baby gift

My almost 2 year old is in love with this toy. It was supposed to be an Easter present, but with everything canceling around us we needed to break out a new toy. I love that she is able to put the worms in the tree all by herself, and once she’s “fed” the baby bird can get the worms out by herself too. The face the worms and mama bird all store so nicely inside is a plus too! So cute and great for working on her dexterity and love of fill and spill toys!

Toddler loves this!

My two year old loves this- she has a corner table dedicated to toys that have small colourful pieces so I can ensure none of them go missing and she can combine them together by colour or size. Be aware the caterpillars are trachea sized so littles really should be supervised while playing with this, especially since the goal is to ‘feed the bird’. It’s taken a few weeks of hard hits to the floor and one immersion in a bucket of water and still looks great and functions perfectly. I’d like it to be a little heavier so it didn’t slide around so easily, but then it would just hit the ground harder... the toddler doesn’t get frustrated by the sliding and can manipulate the caterpillars around with the magnet well, so that is probably just my perception. She uses it laying down like a log and standing up like a tree.

Get this toy!!

I bought this for my two-year-old granddaughter. She absolutely loves it. It is very easy for her to handle and it helps fine motor skills. Sturdy well made toy. I bought a second one to gift away. great buy.

Andrew Chambers
Well made toy that kids love!

We bought this to use in our Montessori style daycare. All of the kids immediately loved it and kept waiting to be next to play with it. It has held up well to abuse including dropping and the kids sucking on the little worms. I am a bit concerned because I'm not sure if those worms represent a choking hazard. The description doesn't indicate it as such and my research on choking hazards may clear the little worms. Overall great product.

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