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Tomy Winnie the Pooh Toys Review & Competition

Our latest toys from Tomy arrived a couple of weeks ago. We have "recruited" two new Trouble Makers to help us review these toys, they are Harrison and Henry. Harrison is a friend of the boys, he is 18 months old and Henry is the boys cousin and is a week away from his first birthday.

We were sent 3 toys from the Winnie the Pooh range of toys. A Cuddle 'n' Glow Pooh, a Twist 'n' Turn activity toy and a Stack, Post 'n' Play set.

Cuddle 'n' glow Pooh makes for the perfect bedtime friend,  he is really soft and is perfectly sized for hugs and cuddles as he measures just 10 inches. He is priced around £19.99.


If you press Pooh’s nose his cheeks glow, and he plays 5 lullabies. Pooh even snores and yawns which we think is very cute.

Pooh can even be used as a nightlight with or without the lullabies, this will give a baby or small child reassurance.  There is a timer that you can set too, for either 10 or 20 minutes. This is great in my opinion as there is nothing worse than moving a toy and the noise being set off. Let's face it once your child is asleep do you really want to wake them up again unless it is absolutely necessary?

 The Twist 'n' Turn Activity Toy is aimed at children aged 6 - 24 months. It is priced around £9.99. It is designed to be a first toy for a baby as it has lovely big handles for them to be able to hold and grab the toy and bright colours to keep them interested.


This toy features the pictures of 6 Winnie The Pooh characters for baby to turn and reveal. Each block is easy for little hands to turn too.



The Stack, Post 'n' Play set is 4 toys in 1. It is priced at £14.99 and will provide hours of fun for any young Winnie the Pooh fan.


Here are the 4 different ways you can play with this toy:
1. Stacking – Stack cups on top of honey pot.
2. Pouring – Use it in the bath for pouring play!
3. Shape Sorting – Insert shapes into the holes on the honey lid.
4. Posting  – Post shapes and cups into pot.





Overall I would say that the boys enjoyed play with these toys. They are perfect for introducing children to the art of play, they can be played with individually or as a group.

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If you would like to win a Cuddle 'n' Glow Pooh, like the one we have reviewed enter via the Rafflecopter form below, a winner will be chosen at random after the closing date.


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*We were sent the product for the purpose of this review - All thoughts and opinions are my own*