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Our daughter Daisy is 3 and is a HUGE fan of Peppa Pig. We have seen every episode, multiple times, own DVDs and have even been to Peppa Pig World. It is fair to say that Daisy’s love for Peppa Pig isn’t showing signs of waning anytime soon. The good people at Trends UK have sent Daisy a selection of their Peppa Pig goodies, just in time for us to move house and Daisy to have her own bedroom!
Peppa’s Flip & Learn Phone
This cute flip phone is absolutely adorable! It rings, and when you open the flip it says Hello! Your little one can use the bright multi-coloured butons to listen to Peppa or to hear from Rebecca Rabbit, Suzy Sheep or Candy Cat. These are some of Daisy’s favourite characters so she has been loving this flip phone. A flip phone feels super novel to me, from my childhood, but of course to Daisy it is just a bit of fun as she’s never seen a flip phone! Peppa has a great little quiz and you can use the numbered keys to take part in this. There is a camera button, which is great for role play and Daisy has been loving trying to take a selfie using it! You can buy this from Marks & Spencer.
Peppa’s Sing & Learn Microphone
If your little one loves singing, like Daisy does, then they’ll love this microphone. As noisy toys goes this is one of the least offensive Daisy owns. There is a real voice amplifier, which does make the voice a little louder, but it isn’t obnoxiously so. There are 7 songs with this microrphone including Big Balloon and the Peppa Pig theme song. Daisy absolutely loves all of the songs and has really been enjoying singing along while playing with all of her Peppa Pig toys. For slightly older children there is a quiz on this microphone and you use the multi-coloured buttons to answer. This gives the toy some great longevity. You can buy this from Smyths Toys.
Peppa’s Smart Tablet
With this smart tablet your little one can play from a choice of six different games. Learning about colours, shapes, numbers and selecting different buttons has been great fun for Daisy. We have been trying to limit how much time she spends looking at screens recently and this feels more like active learning, rather than just watching a YouTube video on a normal tablet. This smart tablet requires batteries, that didn’t come included. I was a tad disappointed about this as some of the other Trends UK Peppa Pig items were provided with batteries already in place. You can buy this from Amazon.
When unpacking all of these goodies for Daisy I was really pleasantly surprised at just how little of the packaging was plastic. There were a couple of ties and plastic screws to stop the toy falling out of the box and that’s it. The rest of the packaging was cardboard, which was great!
Overall I’ve been really pleased with these Peppa Pig toys. Daisy is a huge fan already, as I said above, and each of these toys seems to be going down really well with her. I’ve also seen an *interactive playmat that I may ask someone to gift her from Father Christmas this year as it looks like great fun.