We were recently asked if we would like to review the new monster toys range on the market from Fisher-Price. When I saw them, there was no was I could say no. I knew that my kids would be thrilled with these toys, and I wasn’t wrong. This new monster toys range from Fisher-Price consists of 3 toys all aimed at children 6 months+ and they are very reasonably priced. The toys not only look appealing, but they make the perfect addition to all toy collections.
Fun Feelings Monster
This cute little fella has been a huge hit with Zara mainly. The face is a large roller that has 3 different expressions on; happy, sad and surprised. When the roller is spun to show a new expression is plays a little tune to accompany the expression. He also has squishy arms and a little ribbon on his head; this helps to encourage baby to use all of their senses. Zara got on great with this little guy. She easily grasped the use of the roller face and giggled away when the different sounds played. The only bad point is that it only has one volume setting so the sounds get quite annoying once they figure out how to roll the roller really fast! He’s definitely the cutest from the monster toys range.
Press ‘n’ Go Monster Vehicle
Now this funky little guy was great! We had so many races with him against our other toys, he always won because we couldn’t push them far enough. To make him go, you just have to press down on his head and he whizzes off! Great on our wooden flooring, although I can’t see him being quite so good on carpet. They come in 2 bright colours; green and pink, and have a little bit of felt hair on the top which is great for sensory play. Zara wasn’t able to press his head down at all but Joshua and Keira were easily able to do it.
Hungry Monster Maze
The Hungry Monster Maze proved to be the favourite, by all 3 children. He does look the part though. It includes 6 brightly coloured discs; each with a number on one side and pictures on the other, that you have to feed to the monster. You can do this one of two ways and each time you push a counter in, a tune plays. There is also a button on his arm to press which plays a tune. His eyes also light up, which Zara loves watching.
Both Keira and Joshua loved playing with this and Zara enjoyed playing with the counters (she’s far too young to understand that you have to put them into the monster) but the counters are the perfect size for her tiny hands.
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