Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Stuffed Animals For Kids - The Very Best 2012-2013

Love to Play Puppy @ Amazon Toys
The best stuffed animals are usually cuddly, super-soft, and interactive. This is especially true in 2012, with new electronic devices popping up in the most unlikely of places. Interactive usually means educational and these types of stuffed animals are ideal for little girls and boys who are just starting to realize and learn from the world around them. From infants to toddlers, the following stuffed animals have made the biggest educational and interactive impact in the lives of families everywhere.
Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Love to Play Puppy

Perfect for kids from 6 months to 3 years of age, this playful puppy has a smiling expression and bright eyes to accent floppy blue ears. His big red nose is a slobbering favorite for kids who are teething and the rest of his body is super soft for bedtime cuddles. His hand, tummy, and foot are labeled, while squeezing certain parts of his body will teach kids how to say their ABCs, 123s, and 10 kid-friendly sing-along songs. He also makes kids laugh with his “ACHOO” sneezing sounds when they press his nose.
My Pal Violet @ Amazon Toys
LeapFrog My Pal Violet

Violet is the epitome of electronic puppy cuteness! You’ll need internet connection for this one in order to download your child’s name into Violet’s database, along with your child’s favorite songs, words, and phrases. She’s completely personalized and customizable for your learning lads and lasses! When her paws are pressed, she’ll sing a lullaby and her tummy makes he emit an educational barrage of songs and activities that involve number, letters, animals, shapes, and sounds. For straight out of the box play, she’s already pre-loaded with 5 lullabies, 4 learning songs, and a couple stories. Don’t let all she can do fool you though – she’s also super cuddly and soft for bedtime cuddling.


Here is a video for more info on one of the stuffed animals above - Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Love to Play Puppy:

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