Any fans of Bubble Guppies out here? We sure do in this house! Ms C loves bubble guppies especially Molly. For those who don’t know Bubble Guppies, it is shown at 9.30am on Nick Jr. It is an interactive show that teaches kids about a wide range of topics – from dinosaurs to dentists, rock & roll to recycling, and colours to cowboys. Through these topics, kids learn about science, maths, literacy, and much more in this preschool musical comedy set in a vibrant, aquarium-inspired underwater classroom.
We were sent these Fisher Price Bubble Guppies for review:
- Rock and Roll Stage
- Goby Rolling Figure
- Oona Rolling Figure
- 8″ Molly Plush
Setting up the Rock and Roll Stage is straightforward and requires just 5 easy steps. Simply push and click the pieces together and paste the stickers. It requires 3x AA batteries which are not included and you will need a small Philips screwdriver to open the battery compartment. I love that the stickers are quite thick and glossy. It is not the cheap paper kind that would rip easily.
You launch the guppies by placing them on the top of the dressing room mirror. They pass through the star doors and rolls down the ramp. When they hit the light-up stage, the music will come on. You can also press the button for it to play a song from the TV show. This set comes with Molly rolling figure and 3 play pieces which are fixed.
At the end of the stage, you can add more ramps by buying individual guppies. These are the two characters with their ramps provided. Each rolling figure has a metal ball in the base to help them slide down the ramp. They are well made and should withstand a lot of bashing. All these toys are suitable for 18 months and above. By adding more guppies, the children could be encouraged to be a lot more imaginative. The 8″ Molly Plush is very well made and cuddly. Ms C is cuddling her in bed tonight!
This is a short video I made to show you how it works: https://youtu.be/uw3RBm6p_YU
Disclosure: We received the samples for the purposes of writing this review, however, all thoughts and opinions remain our own.