July 27, 2010

Pop on Pals Amusement Park Playset Review

Little Music Man and Smiley Boy have been fighting over a Pop on Pals playset we recently received thanks to Team Mom!

Pop on Pals encourages developmental skill building in children ages 2-4 years old.
  • Imagination and Creative Role Playing
  • Object Recognition and Vocabulary Building
  • Category Sorting
  • Develops Palmar Arches

We were fortunate to receive the Pop on Pals Amusement Park Playset. The set comes with one Pop on Pal and three pop-on rings. The amusement park required only one piece to assemble, and then it was ready to be played with!

My boys' favorite feature of the Amusement Park is the roller coaster. They love putting the pal in the car and making it go down the roller coaster!

They also have fun making the pal go on the Ferris wheel and the dragon swing, and they enjoy the sounds of the milk toss and strong man games.

They don't use the 3 rings too often, but I think it's cute how you can add them on to make the pal look excited, waving her arms in the air as she goes down the roller coaster, or ready to strike the strong man bell.

I think the Amusement Park is very stimulating and entertaining. It's really easy to pop the pals into the different areas of the playset, and it's easy to pop the rings off and on the pals! I just wish it came with more than one Pop on Pal, and it would've been cool if the Ferris wheel could keep moving around and around.

There are several other Pop on Pal toys—cars, buses, planes, and lots more pals, and I can't wait to add more Pop on Pals to our collection!

Thank you to Team Mom and Pop on Pals for providing the product for review. All opinions are my own. I received no monetary compensation for this post.

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blueviolet said...

Look at all the little spots where you can set the people. Fun!

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