Anyone who ever thought an iPhone or an iPod couldn’t be cute and cuddly has obviously never seen one of this season’s hot toys. You may be thinking about a tablet, a game system or some other electronic for your toddler or preschooler, but what about a toy that they can actually interact with?
Recently we were asked to check out something called an Ubooly. This woolly little creature with a funny name and a cute face combines kid’s love for stuffed animals with an app to give an experience unlike any other. While my kids can’t decide what Ubooly actually is (my three year old think he’s a orange polar bear), they are absolutely in love with this little guy.
So how does Ubooly work? Just download an easy to use app and insert your iPhone or iPod into this super soft guy and Ubooly will take it from there. He’s been entertaining our 3 year old and 8 year old for hours ever since! Ubooly interacts with your child, tells jokes, shares stories and asks engaging questions to get your child thinking about new ideas and concepts. He’s got hours and hours of entertainment, sings songs and even downloads new content each month to keep your child involved and entertained. Free updates through Wi-Fi creates ongoing entertainment for kids.
Moms are some of the most savvy mobile users and so are their kids. Ubooly is a toy designed for this new high-tech generation. While learning and sharing new content every week, Ubooly is the only toy that grows with your child. It encourages listening skills, and a break from high-energy / high-stimulation play. Through stories & interactive games, Ubooly’s curiosity is sure to awaken the creativity within your child’s imagination.
Ubooly is the hot toy of the season, it’s new to the scene and is on track to sell out this winter!
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Disclosure: This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Ubooly. The opinions and text are all mine.