Piglet is very much at the age where she is learning all about self-expression. She seems to have mastered the sad face that you can’t help but feel sorry for even when you have caused it by telling her off (usually for climbing up on the table!). Learning about different emotions is part of life and the Fun Feelings Monster is a great way of introducing the faces and sounds associated with each emotion.
Fisher-Price Fun Feelings Monster
Monsters can have feelings too! Simply bat the Fun Feelings Monster to send his roller face spinning, revealing a new emotion! Each expression plays a sound that helps to reinforce the shown feeling, encouraging baby to listen and respond.
A great way to help your little one to identify different emotions, the adorable Fun Feelings Monster is designed to engage all of your child’s senses. Complete with textured ribbon “hair” and squishable arms, this colourful monster also makes fun sounds to accompany each emotion.
This funky little monster packs lots of emotion. By rolling the face panel it will stop on one of three different emotions. Showcasing the facial expression followed by the sound effect to correspond. Helping to teach little ones about cause and effect, and that we all have different feelings.
Alongside some fun features including squishable arms, funky ribbon hair and horns.
Price and Availability
The Fun Feeling Monster is suitable for babies aged 6 months+ and priced at RRP £14.99.
Boo Roo and Tigger Too’s Thoughts…
It took Piglet a little while to figure out that she could change the facial expression on the front of the fun feelings monster. As it changed and a new sound was played she reacted in a different way. Confused by the sad face and sound, laughing along with the happy face and saying ‘oooh’ along with the shocked face and noise.
It’s a fun toy that has Piglet guessing which expression will land on the monster next.
Disclosure: We received a Fisher-Price Fun Feelings Monster FOC for the purpose of review