What our mums think of Peppa ELA
The new Peppa Pig electronic learning aid toy range is in store now and we’ve teamed up with Trends UK to show you what the range is all about!
One of the highlights of the range has to be the interactive Peppa’s Alphaphonics Campervan so we arranged for some top mummy bloggers to put it to the test! See what they had to say here:
“The thing which I have found most useful is that it does build upon existing knowledge of phonics and adds to it to extend to those letters which are not taught in phase one of jolly phonics. Another useful skill (dare I say it- especially for my little hyperactive boy) is the ability to concentrate on one thing for a while. Its proved most useful in keeping him focussed beyond the usual screen based equivalents.
There keyboard is really easy and intuitive to use, a sliding bar at the top enables you to choose the game you want to play. As a parent I have two main criticisms, first that it is a little bit loud and secondly there is no on-off switch. The campervan has an automatic shut off, which does mean that it cant be turned off easily if a button gets depressed in the toy box.
Peppas alphaphonic CampervanI’ve been looking for a non screen based interactive to help Ned with his phonics and this completely fits the bill. Its well made, sturdy and you’re guaranteed to get a lot of use out of it. Clearly it is most appealing to Peppa fans, so if you’re little one is in the right demographic then this is a great choice. It would also make a good gift for a child on the cusp of 3- Christmas is not too far off…” – Claire Walsh from Being a Mummy
Read what other mums had to say here: