Crabs have ten legs, the first being a pair of claws. But the Shape-imals Crab from Fisher-Price Wooden Toys is a cheerful crustacean, so he won’t pinch your child’s fingers or toes. In fact, children are encouraged to use fine motor skills along with thinking and problem solving to open the crab’s eyes and claws, making him a full-fledged, pinch-free playtime companion. Plus, the diamond shape of this crab’s beech wood body is no accident—the entire Shape-imals collection is designed to help foster shape recognition. If only all geometry could be this adorable.
Toy crab with retractable claws and eyes is made with real beech wood
When children open the eyes and claws from the body, it promotes fine motor skills along with logical thinking and problem solving
Crab’s diamond-shaped body is designed to help encourage shape recognition