Pop On Pals

Pop On Pals Review

Recently, I was given the opportunity for a review of Pop On PalsPop On Pals encourages developmental skill building in children ages 2-4.  At this age, daily work is play, toddlers spend an average of 5 to 6 hours every day engaged in this activity.  Play is an integral part of a child’s developing emotional, physical, sensory, and cognitive make up. They love to explore the world around them with energy and enthusiasm as they discover the joys of experimenting and accomplishing new things through playtime.

Angry Kid was a little too old for this toy, so I brought in a guest reviewer, Evan, whom is three years old.  Evan fell right in the middle of the suggested age range for this toy.  Evan gave the toy a few ooohs and aaaahs with little puckered lips with his saw the toy.  He played with it for quite some time.  He loved changing out the arms, with the pop on rings.

Overall this toy was great.  The only issue that I had, was that it came with one figure.  It would have been better if there was more than one little person included with this playset.  The one little person got quite lonely riding the ride by himself.

Pop On Pals was bright and colorful. It is well crafted, and perfect for developmental play.  The playset was the perfect size that it could be put away in a closet or toy box after play.  It is hard when you have a toddler, because many of the toys are big and bulky.  This set was safely sized, but also not too bulky.

It has a retail price of $29.99 and can be found at Toys R’ Us, Target, Amazon, Sears, K-Mart, meijer, and more.

Disclosure: I was provided with these items by TeamMom and Pop On Pals for review purposes and play.  I was not influenced in any way to write this review. These opinions are mine, and mine only…ok, Evan helped too.