Fisher-Price Press ‘n Go Monster Trucks {Review}

In many respects I am quite luckily in that Piglet will sit with a toy and play with it.  However, this can also be a curse as she is still finding her feet so I’m keen to get her up and moving as much as possible.  Rolling a ball across the room and getting her go and collect it has been done many times and she is bored of it.  So when Fisher-Price offered to send Piglet a Press n Go Monster Vehicle I knew that this would have her up on her feet.

Fisher-Price Press ‘n Go Monster Trucks

Ready steady go! Put play time into overdrive with Fisher-Price Press ‘n Go Monster Trucks. Babies will delight when they press down on each monster’s head to send them zooming forward, encouraging kids to crawl after their new friend. Your little one can boost gross motor skills while discovering cause and effect with silly, colourful monster friends.

Develops

  • Gross motor skills
  • Curiosity
  • Sensory

The concept of the Press ‘n Go Monster Trucks is a simple one, press down on their head watch them whizz off.  They don’t go too fast on the carpet which I find is a blessing as it encourages Piglet to chase after it rather than just watching it whizz off without her.

Combined with fun textures like the crazy rope hair, monster teeth and chunky wheels with a different coloured centre all add to the fun of the Press ‘n Go Monster Trucks.

Price and Availability 

The Press n Go Monster Vehicle are available in a choice of two colours; pink or green priced at RRP £12.99.

Boo Roo and Tigger Too’s Thoughts…

I’m not sure how has had the most fun with the Fisher-Price Press ‘n Go Monster Trucks, Piglet or the rest of the family.  The cute monster design makes it a funky toy that you just want to pick up and discover how it works.  The fun features on the monster make it more than just a press ‘n go toy and add that element of interest whether little ones are able to crawl/walk after the monster or just sitting discovering the features.

So much fun!

Disclosure: We received a Fisher-Price Press ‘n Go Monster Trucks FOC for the purpose of review

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