Holiday shopping? I am officially done but please don’t hold that against me If you have a special baby in your life to buy for…I shamelessly recommend these Fisher-Price Hot Holiday Toys…
- Fisher-Price Lil’ Snoopy Tippin Treats Game
- Fisher-Price I-Jig Interactive Electronic Puzzle System
- Fisher-Price Chatter Phone Talking Game
- Fisher-Price See ‘n Say Talking Game
With the Tippin Treats Game kids aged 3+ collect bones and chased the motorized Lil’ Snoopy around the room to get them into his bowl before he tips over. Very smart of Fisher-Price to include movement, hand-eye coordination and physical coordination into this game. (Next play date with toddlers? – take out this game!).
The I-Jig Interactive Electronic Puzzle System brings the old game of puzzles to our digital children. In the first mode of the game, the I-Jig encourages kids and teaches along the way. In Mode 2, kids play Find & Seek with the puzzle. And in mode 3 each puzzle has a unique game to play. This is certainly a toy which grows with your toddler!
I remember a friend having a See ‘n Say Talking Game, and I remember loving to play with it over and over. The new version of this hot holiday toy has 3 different game levels to play (but don’t worry the original “pull the lever, watch the arrow spin and land on an animal” is still the heart of this fav. game.
Interested in more Fisher-Price Hot Holiday Toys – check out some of my past Fisher-Price Toy Reviews.
The chatter phone was always a favourite of mine (and when you think of it…how many of our kids have actually seen a dial phone?!). Fisher-Price has switched up this fav by adding buttons (sigh…goodbye dial) and including 4 different games which teach kids about animals, animal sounds, numbers, and counting. It’s interactive and fun!
I love giving toys which offer more than one way to play. It allows kids to learn (and honestly, gives parents some stimulation – because I know it’s nice to switch things up!). My son is the perfect age for all of the above toys – but knowing his personality – I know the I-Jig Puzzle and Chatter Telephone would be especially great to give to him.
PARENT CLUB TIP
The amount of toys received over the holidays can be overwhelming for kids. Hide a few of the newly gifted toys in the back of a closet and bring them out on the next snow day (or later in the spring). It’s a good way to spread out the play (and interest) in new toys.
Disclosure: I receive special perks as a part of my affiliation with the Fisher-Price Play Ambassador program with Mom Central Canada. The opinions in this blog are my own.