#WW What animal can your child imitate?
|September 7, 2011||Filled under Wordless Wednesday|
My two-year-old sometimes forgets words in one of the two languages she speaks. The other day she did not believe Daddy that this is a Gorilla, exclaiming loudly: “That not ah Gorilla”!
Not quite sure how to argue with such a statement, Daddy proposed to put a toy on the stomp and listen what it says. “Gorilla” the toy announced. This sounded quite convincing to a two-year-old and Daddy won the argument.
Little People Zoo Talkers toy recognized what animals are put on the peg and responds not only with an animal name, but also imitates the sound. The toy has many fun feature and kept our kids entertained for quite a long time. The best thing about the toy is that it has two sides, which makes it easy to share among two kids.
Both kids were fascinated with the different activities animals engage in. Gorilla, Lion, and Polar Bear seemed to enjoy similar activities my kids do:
They go down the slide:
And climb everything in sight:
My favorite feature of the toy was the handle: It is so easy to pick up and carry from room to room.
You can win this toy and much more if you enter into the Little People™ Animal Sounds Contest.
The prizes include:
$10,000 cash prize that may be used toward your child’s education; A trip for four to Fisher-Price headquarters for a special photo shoot and an opportunity to have your child featured on a Little People toy package or website. A Zoo Talkers toy prize pack just like the one we reviewed featuring the Animal Sounds Zoo™, Safari Truck and Zoo Talkers Animals!
A Zoo Talkers toy prize pack (same as the one featured in this post)
100 Sweepstakes prizes:
All contest entries will be entered in our Sweepstakes for a chance to win one of 100 Animal Sounds Safari Vehicles (over $20 value!).
How is that for a contest?
Visit the contest website to get started:
1. Grab a video device like a smart phone iPhone® or Android™ mobile device, digital camera or camcorder
2. Record a 20 second or less video (in AVI, MOV, MPEG or WMV format; no larger than 30MB) of a child age 1-5 making his or her best zoo animal sound of one of the following animals: lion, tiger, elephant, bear, penguin, rhinoceros, leopard, whale, polar bear, hippopotamus, monkey, seal, gorilla, alligator, zebra, giraffe, ostrich, dolphin, snake, or bird
3. Submit the video in one of three ways: Via the contest website, iPhone App or Android App (limit five contest entries per person/email address)
4. Share the website link with friends and family so they can visit the public gallery to vote
“The Fisher-Price Animal Sounds Contest encourages children to bring animals they love to life in a way that’s very natural for their age,” said celebrity Zoologist and children’s television show host, Jarod Miller. “I’ve gravitated towards animals for as long as I can remember. Like me, kids are amazed by the beauty and diversity of living things and love to use their imaginations and senses to emulate their favorite animals. This promotion and the Zoo Talkers line connect them to animals in a very enriching way.”
The Animal Sounds contest runs Aug. 1, 2011 through 11:59 p.m. ET on Nov. 30, 2011.
The child must perform an impression of one of the following animals: lion; tiger; elephant; bear; penguin; rhinoceros; leopard; whale; polar bear; hippopotamus; monkey; seal; gorilla; alligator; zebra; giraffe; ostrich; dolphin; snake; or bird.
What animal do you think your child will imitate best?
Please note that this post at My Busy Children is not a giveaway post. Please visit Fisher-Price Animal Sounds website to enter.
Disclaimer: I received no monetary compensation for this review. I received Little People Zoo Talkers toy for review purposes. Opinions are all mine.