Be silly with this toy of yesteryear - wooden slide whistles! Ten different choices - six from the silly royals set and four from the Aztec animal. Enjoy the easy to make and unique sound that a slide whistle makes.
Who uses our Slide Whistle
- Children who would benefit from more oral input - using the mouth, tongue, lips and cheeks in a co-ordinated movement.
- Children who enjoy cause-and-result behaviour.
- Children who are attracted to bright colours.
- Children who enjoy making sounds.
- Children who enjoy participating with music.
When to use
- At home
- In the car
- Visiting at other people's homes, if noise is not a problem.
Points to note
- Small and light-weight, it is easily carried in a purse or backpack.
- Brightly painted with non-toxic paint.
- When ordering, specify character choice in Comment Box, if you have a preference.
- Have a slide whistle symphony.
- Create a marching band.
- Play a game of Twenty Questions where blowing during a slide up is yes and blowing during a slide down is no.
- Not recommended for children under 2 years.
- Although painted with non-toxic paint, it is not a chew toy.
- Limited note range - the longer the slider, the larger the range. This is a toy for younger children.
- Heads can be broken off with pressure.
- Wood with plastic parts. Painted with non-toxic paint. Toxicity tested in Canada.
Types, Sizes and Prices
- Silly Slide Whistles: King, Queen, Yellow-haired Princess, Red-haired Girl, Beanie Boy, Blue-toque Boy.
- Aztec Animals: Cat, Cow, Elephant, Lion
- Approximately 13 cm when collapsed and 17 cm when extended (5 inches when collapsed and 6.5 inches when extended).
Taking care of your Slide Whistle
- Check your Slide Whistle regularly for wear.
- To clean exterior: Wipe with damp cloth.
- To clean interior: Hold vertically with extended head at bottom. Pour soapy water through the mouthpiece and let run out. Rinse. Wipe dry as best as you can. Let dry completely in the vertical pose described above.