Manhattan Toy CoSkwish Classic



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A classic wooden teether and rattle delights babies with an easy-to-clutch shape


This multisensory, geometric Skwish is both a rattle and a teether. It’s lightweight and easy for little ones to clutch, and the beads on the dowels make satisfying (but not too loud) clanking noises when shaken. Babies can flatten—or “skwish”—it and it will pop back to its original shape. This is a toy that’s fun, safe, and green—it’s made from elastic and renewable rubberwood with a nontoxic, water-based finish.

The multi-award-winning, signature design has been a tried-and-true parent and baby pleaser for more than 30 years and was named one of the Best 25 Toys of the last 25 Years by Parents Choice.

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  • 6” in diameter
  • Elastic and sustainable wood with water-based, non-toxic paint
  • Ages 0+

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July 29, 2019

It's attractive and fun. Baby likes chewing on it and shaking it. It works as a rattle without being loud.

December 23, 2018

Perfect baby toy! This was the first toy our son liked, at just a few weeks old. He still loves it now!

September 12, 2018

Omg! This was his favorite toy around 3-4 months. It was before he was really into teethers, blocks, or cars. All he was into was rattles and they were getting kinda stale. Then we picked up this bad boy and he attacked it like a baby shark second after it came out of the box. My husband likes the soothing sounds it makes as it turns in baby’s hands. It came with us everywhere for about a month or two. Now it’s old news, but I still recommend it to everyone who’s expecting because it fills a gap between when babies can grasp but before they have more developed fine motor skills.

August 24, 2018

It’s classic for a reason! Bright colors and easy for infant to grab and hold on to.

June 11, 2018

My baby has not really taken to this toy!

August 26, 2017

He couldn't grasp it right away. But now at 7.5 mos old he plays with it all of the time.

August 16, 2017

My daughter loves it as much as I did! It's fun to see her play with the same toys my generation grew up with. She's 8 months now and still not tired of it.

January 23, 2017

My son has enjoyed it since he was small. He could grasp the bars in his small hands and he loved watching and listening to the beads as they moved. Now seven months, he enjoys shaking it and crawling after it.

October 22, 2016

It's not for a baby under 7 months.