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Do you have a kiddo that absolutely loves Elmo? I may be an adult but even I remember watching him when I was younger on Sesame Street. I thought he was the cutest and sweetest character. Now that I have kiddos they love watching him too. =)
Have you seen the Playskool Let’s Imagine Elmo yet? If you haven’t, you have got to check him out. My son thinks he’s so cute and loves carrying him around. Elmo comes with 3 different hats to have different adventures. By placing the hat on his head he becomes 3 different characters. He’s great for ages 2-4.
By putting on the yellow crown Elmo becomes a Prince. In this mode Elmo will ask kiddos to either tickle his tummy, squeeze his nose or bounce him. After they get three correct the challenge will become two-action sequences.
By placing the blue sea-captain hat on Elmo he becomes a Captain. In this play mode kiddos can sing along with Elmo and play the sounds of the sea game. Elmo will say a sound and then your child can squeeze his tummy when they hear that sound. By getting three correct answers in a row he will then play two sounds.
The third hat is the cowboy hat making him Cowboy Elmo. In this mode kiddos can learn counting. Squeeze his nose to count to 20. When he makes it to 20 he will then sing a reward song.
My little guy loves his Elmo. I think his favorite character mode is Prince Elmo. He giggles when Elmo laughs when his belly gets tickled and loves honking on his nose too. I think this toy is great and is not only cute but helps kiddos learn as well and have fun at the same time.
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