My Mummy's World : Fisher Price new Little Monsters Range | A Review

Friday, 7 April 2017

Fisher Price new Little Monsters Range | A Review

Fisher Price is a brand that you are sure to know about, they are always adding exciting collections into the range, and the latest is that of the Little Monsters range. When we were given the opportunity to review them I thought they would go down well with Isla, what I didn't know is the hit they would be with Jack too. 

The new monsters range has 3 products within each aimed at children 6+ months and all of which are reasonably priced. They include the Fun Feelings Monster, Hungry Monster Maze and Press n' Go Monster Vehicles. 



First up is the Fun Feelings Monster; this is a small bright monster which is eye catching and grabs your child's attention. It has a large roller face which has 3 different feelings: happy, sad and surprised. As you roll the face to change the expression a fun sound reinforces the emotion. Isla loved rolling the face to hear the different sounds which she could easily achieve. The toy comes with batteries included however, there is no volume control.



The Fun Feelings Monster has an RRP of £14.99



Next is the Hungry Monster Maze, this was a hit with both of the children. Again a bright, colourful toy which is a perfect size. It comes with six brightly coloured discs which you feed to the monster, it then makes a range of different tunes. There are two different slots in which you can place the discs through and then watch them travel through the maze and come out the end. The discs are a good size and easy to pick up, especially with small chunky fingers as its aged from 6+ months. It also has light up eyes again to catch the attention of little ones. 





The Hungry Monster Maze has an RRP of £19.99

Finally, its the Press n' Go Monster Vehicles, these come in different colours, to which we had the green monster. Again, a perfect sized for even the smallest of hands, Isla found it easy to press down to make the vehicle go. You simply press down the head and watch him go along the floor. We have laminate downstairs and found it went a lot quicker on here then it did on the carpet. 





The Press n' Go Monster Vehicles have an RRP of £12.99

I feel that all of these toys are worth the money, even for those slightly older children like Isla. 

Please Note: I received these products in exchange for an honest and open review. All words and opinions are my own.

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