Tuesday, October 22, 2013
Worx Toys Review (holiday gift guide)
What kind of toys are you looking for your child this Christmas? What if I told you that I found amazing toy that your child is going to love? The bonus it is also educational and will help promote learning. Let me introduce you to Worx toys!! They offer a line of toys that are great for children 3 and up.
While I love finding great toys for my sun I also love that this specific toy will help promote learning while playing. I received their Throttle Motor Cycle for review. Each to come with a book that will tell them a little about their new toy. This book is important because it contains codes that your child can enter on the toy to make the toy work.
I knew when I took this to out of the box that my son would absolutely love it. This toy is a little complicated for him due to he learning how to read. He can get confused on the codes. Although this is one of my favorite toys because it brings some mother son time. I think that this toy is a lot of fun. My son loves when he programs the motorcycle he can make it move. That is his favorite part.
This toy is very durable and great quality. It can take a little abuse that a child can give it.
You can find these amazing toys for 19.99 and up. If you would like another vehicle, you are in lucky that have quite the variety. This would make a great Christmas gift for your child.
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Disclosure - I received a free sample to facilitate my review. No monetary compensation was provided. All opinions are 100% my own.
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