Review: Twirlywoos Musical Statues Great BigHoo

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Our little Daisy is a great fan of Twirylwoos. Over the last 18 months we’ve had a few of the Twirlywoos toys, including Chickedy & Chick and Quacky Bird. Daisy loves the theme tune for the Twirylwoos and there isn’t one character that she doesn’t love. Now we have the Twirlywoos Musical Statues Great BigHoo to test out – and I’m going to be gifting this to Daisy for Christmas. Today I want to show you a sneak peek and talk to you about the Twirlywoos Dad Dancer of the Year Competition.

Twirlywoos Musical Statues Great BigHoo

The Twirlywoos Musical Statues Great BigHoo has two modes for little ones to play. The first mode is a dancing mode. This is where Great BigHoo plays music and your little one can dance along. The second mode is the Musical Statues mode. This is where your little one dances along, then the music stops and they have to stay as still as possible. Both of these modes can be activated, and stopped, by pressing the hands of Great BigHoo. This is great and really simple for little ones.

This toy is designed for children aged 10m+. It stands at 11 inches tall so is ideal for little ones to play with comfortably. The Twirlywoos Musical Statues Great BigHoo comes well packaged, and there is a plastic tie around the neck, to keep it safe in the box.

This toy is great fun! I love the music that it plays and it is ideal for fans of the Twirylwoos. It is a lovely plush toy and feels so soft and lovely. I can’t wait to gift this to Daisy for Christmas!

Fancy taking a look at the Twirlywoos Musical Statues Great BigHoo?

The Twirlywoos are looking for the Twirlywoos Dad Dancer of the Year and while the entry period is over you can head over to the Twirlywoos Facebook page for the next week to vote for your favourite – before the winner is announced on the 17th of November.

We received the Twirlywoos Musical Statues Great BigHoo for free in exchange for review. All opinions are my own.


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