Peppa's Big Red Car | Review

Note: this item was sent to us for the purpose of this review but all opinions and views are honest and my own. 

If you’ve read my blog for a while, then you will know that Pickle is a Peppa Pig nut! We’ve got loads of Peppa toys, have been lucky enough to visit Peppa Pig world a couple of times and regularly have Peppa Pig on the T.V. So, when we were given the chance to review the brand-new addition to the Peppa Pig toy range I jumped at the chance as I knew Pickle would love it.

Peppa’s Big Red Car is the perfect toy for imaginative little ones to create their very own Peppa adventures with. The set includes the family car, Peppa Pig and Mummy Pig figures, a picnic blanket and hamper, BBQ, 2 plates of food, a bottle and Mummy Pigs hat. Everything fits inside the boot meaning that Mummy and Peppa can head off on days out and picnics together.

Pickle loves this set for so many reasons. When you press the steering wheel of the car it plays music and sound effects and he really enjoys making Peppa and her Mummy dance along to the Peppa Pig theme tune. The fact that everything packs away neatly into the boot is not inly great if Pickle wants to take the car out to his nanny’s house but it’s also great when it comes to tidying up. Being able to put everything into the boot means that I can keep all the bit together when they aren’t being played with and nothing gets lost.

What I love most about this toy though is the way that it encourages Pickle imagination. He is 4 and he does like playing with his iPad and I am okay with that BUT I am only okay with it whilst he still has an imagination and is playing with actual toys. Technology is important and it is going to be a fundamental part of our children’s futures, but it is so important to me that my children can still play and make stories up. This Peppa Pig set is perfect for feeding Pickles imagination and watching him take Mummy Pig and Peppa Pig on imaginary picnics makes me feel so happy that my little boy still loves to play and imagine games for himself.

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