Boxiki KiddoLab Toys Review & Giveaway {Jeepers! It's January! Giveaway Hop}
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Boxiki KiddoLab Toys Review & Giveaway {Jeepers! It's January! Giveaway Hop}

Boxiki welcomes the new year with their brand new line of KiddoLab Toys, created by a team of active parents for babies and toddlers. Featuring bright, colorful, and multi-faceted designs that appeal to young children, KiddoLab toys help promote the development of such early skills as listening, verbal communication, fine motor skills, pattern recognition, music appreciation, hand-eye coordination, and more through fun playtime activities.

I was provided with the opportunity to try out two KiddoLab toys for toddlers: Musical Pop Up Mrs. Toaster and Chapa the Lion, My First Tablet. Both toys come with innovative, interactive features that provide hours of fun for my toddler.

The Musical Pop Up Mrs. Toaster is the perfect addition to our play kitchen. This adorable-looking pink play toaster is very easy to operate. Simply press down the smiling slice of bread to get started and the bread will pop up like in a real toaster when you press the toaster button. There are quite a few ways to customize your toast. You can choose between light or dark toast and three spreadable flavors: jelly, honey, or peanut butter. The sliding button is just the right size for one little finger to move it from one selection to another.

There’s also a timer knob for the little one to turn to adjust the time for toasting. But that's not all. Mrs. Toaster also sings and lights up when she is happily cooking. Her chubby hands can be moved up and down to activate different sound effects. Mrs. Toaster is very good at keeping her young friends engaged and entertained as they explore all the fun things they can do with her.

Chapa the Lion, My First Tablet is a fun-filled talking book that encourages the little one to read and sing along as they learn about letters, words, objects and sounds related to them. It consists of 11 colorful pages made of soft, smooth yet sturdy material that is easy to flip through and easy to wipe clean.

Your little learner can choose to interact with the tablet by sliding the green button across three different modes: letters, words and music. Each of the orange buttons corresponds to one of the six pictures on each page. Pressing one orange button will tell you how to read a letter, a word that begins with that letter, and a sound associated with that word, depending on which mode you are in. Wanna listen to some cheerful children's songs? Simply press the orange buttons in music code without opening the book.

The tablet also includes a fun quiz mode that can be activated by the red light-up button with a question mark on it. You can answer the questions by pressing the relevant orange buttons. It's a great way to check and reinforce what your child has learned through play. The quiz questions can be challenging for younger kids, but I'm sure the more they read the book, the more likely they'll get the correct answers.

Like all KiddoLab toys, Musical Pop Up Mrs. Toaster and Chapa the Lion, My First Tablet are made with durable BPA Free materials safe for babies and kids. Both toys also have the auto shut-off function to help save battery. Interested in ordering a KiddoLab toy for your little one? Be sure to use promo code ICEFAIRY25 to get a 25% discount at KiddoLab's online store.

From now through late May, KiddoLab is running a weekly product giveaway with a grand prize for a Trip for 4 to Disney World Resort! There's a Golden Ticket worth 10 entries for the giveaway inside each KiddoLab product package. Please don't forget to register your ticket for your chance to win.

The Giveaway
KiddoLab has generously offered to give one of my lucky readers their very own Musical Pop Up Mrs. Toaster! For your chance to win, please complete the entry form below. Good luck!

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Disclosure: I received free products to facilitate my honest review. All views and opinions are my own. icefairy's Treasure Chest is not responsible for prize fulfillment.

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