Moji Pops – Review #AD

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These cute little characters are called Moji Pops and are brand new to hitting the shelves this month! They are made up of everyday objects such as boats, trains, nature, home, music, travel and more. Each one is showing an emotion but if you pop out there little face you can change the face to another emotion either by turning them around to reveal there other side or interchanging faces with another character. They also have a rare glitter range which might be hiding inside the blind bags, boxes or sets. The sets are made with fun ideas like a bouncing castle party theme or an ice parlour set. There are 90 different characters to collect and swap with friends to find the full set.

IMG_1426_FotorThe playlets can be purchased for £12 each which will contain not only the play items and 2 characters but pieces like small ice creams, pieces of cake or tables and chairs to truly bring the fun alive. Blister glitter packs are also available with a larger number of characters inside including some secret glitters which are £10 each. Inside the story boxes are 2 characters and theme setter and these cost £2.50 each. The blind bags are 90p each and will contain 1 character.                                                                              

 

I think this one was my childrens favourite they played literally for 2 hours with hah! With Derrys birthday approaching I will definitely be adding to our collections.

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Each face on the characters are showing an emotion so me and the kids sat talking about what was their interpretation of each face and some of there answers had me laughing a lot along the lines of shall we say “breaking wind” was one idea ha!! This one Corey said  ” he’s defiantly ate a fizzy sweet” ha!

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But it opened up the conversation into our emotions and what can make you feel different ways such as angry happy or sad. We talked about how emotions aren’t permanent and we can always change our own emotions just like the characters can change their faces too! I thought the idea of interchangeable faces was a brilliant idea as it gets across a message that emotions can be changed and how you feel inside can sometimes show on your face too. I thought for a child who finds it difficult to communicate their feelings could use this little characters to show how they themselves were feeling. IMG_1475_Fotor

I thought the little story sets were a fab idea as they come with a small scene setter which my kids called there stage ha! They do kind of look like mini stages but a story can be built up around it and inside are 2 moji pops, meaning you can swap over the faces between the 2 characters. IMG_1434_Fotor

I think these are going to be a huge hit this years and I know my children definitely will be asking for more of these. Infact Derry has just came in from nursery and straight away asked for the moji pops out ha! We love them and I know your children will too!

 

ADD BONUS – Corey being the YouTuber kid he is wanted to make a small video with these baring in mind he’s only 5 so this is his make all on his own apart from me showing what to do with editing and helping him out the filming and everything is his own! He actually blew me away!

 

 

THANKING PLAYTIME PR FOR SENDING US THESE AND MOJI POPS!

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Author: Life With 2 Tots

Hello, I’m a mummy to 2 crazy wild toddlers. I love all things makeup,skin care and shoes. Just trying to navigate this thing called parenting.

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