Saturday, June 25, 2011

Bloggers Brunch ~~ Reviewing ~~ Hasbro Toys….


Part 3 ~~ a continuation of my experience that I had at the awesome ~~Bloggers Brunch organized by Parenting Group TV Show, “Room to Grow”…..& Sponsors….

I am sure most of you would have heard of “Hasbro”. For those that are not aware of it, it is an American multinational toy and board game company…you can read all about it, how it started and their Journey over here.

A few of the products that they are famous for are, My Little Pony, Playskool, Play-Doh, Hasbro Games, Baby Alive, Transformers, Tonka….etc. etc… You can view all their products over here.

I had the pleasure to review 3 of their products. One is “Playskool Maestro-Bot”.  I fell in love with this as any child would. It is educational and entertaining. I would recommend this product and it retails for approx. $30.00. You will find the product description below.


PLAYSKOOL ALPHIE DATABOTS MAESTRO-BOT

This little robot figure has all kinds of musical fun to share! Your child will use the MAESTRO-BOT figure’s colourful keys to match the notes and play Three Blind Mice, Twinkle, Twinkle or Mary Had a Little Lamb. This on-the-go buddy even features three modes of fun: Explore Mode, Find It Mode and Song Mode so that your little one can discover the joy of music in three different ways! Let the fun begin!


Figure comes with instructions.
Includes 3 “AAA” batteries.
Ages 3 and up.
 
Another great product that I got to review is one of the “Play-Doh Sandwich Shop”


Play Doh Sandwich Shop - Click Image to Close

It comes in a plastic container, with an activity mat, and different moulds to create different food with the Play~doh supplied (113 gram bars of Play~doh compound).


It is recommended for 3years and up, has wheat content, and although it is non toxic, it is not for eating.


This set is a great to develop, pretend play, creativity, fine motor skills, etc..


It retails approx. $12.00 which makes a great present.


They also come in different sets with other themes. All the boxes stack on top of each other.


Last but not least I had this little cute sports car from the Tonka Chuck & Friends  Series.


Tonka Chuck & Friends - Sports Car


They are for kids over 12months old. I can see that they can be lots of fun, they are easy to grip and to push along… These will probably retail in the $6.00 mark. You can view other gorgeous cars from the Tonka range here.

Thank you Hasbro for giving me the opportunity to review these gorgeous products.


Have any of your kids, played with any of these product, and if so what do you think of them?



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Disclosure : No financial payment was offered nor accepted for this post. All opinions expressed are purely my own.
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