Review: Winnie the Pooh & Learning Lego Duplo

March 5, 2012 at 5:37 pm | Posted in Reviews | 1 Comment
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As Lego Duplo brand ambassadors we’re are very lucky and receive regular parcels of new products to test, try out and give feedback on.

The last batch was the new Winnie the Pooh and letters and numbers collections and we decided that because it was around Christmas and bear was going to be spoiled rotten anyway, and with the learning theme, that the after school club that he attends and his pre-school would absolutely love to receive some new toys.

And they were delighted – they cater for 3-11 year olds and I can report back and say that the sets have entertained not just the younger ones but the old children too. And with a classic Disney theme, the sets are classics and maybe have more longevity than some of the newer licenses.

We put the following sets to the test and combined made up some great adventures and learning games.

Tigger’s Expedition

Playset with Letters

Playset with Numbers

Winnie the Pooh’s House

I’m sure these sets will last for years and years to come and it will be interesting to see how they are used each week when we go and collect our soon from after school club!  What’s great is that they’ll be able to use other Duplo sets in conjunction with them and keep adding to the different games they play.

This is a sponsored post.  We were sent these products to review.  I stick to the bloggers with integrity code to post honest and open reviews.  I am only an ambassador for Lego Duplo because I believe in their products and my son enjoys them.

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