Most kids I know love Disney and what is Disney without Mickey and Minnie Mouse? So since most kids love Disney they must all love these two fun loving mice. This is why the Racing Adventures Mickey Mouse and the Minnie’s Walk and Play Puppy are great gift ideas for young kids this Christmas!
*I received the following products in exchange for my honest opinion.This is the Minnie’s Walk and Play Puppy.
This toy only comes with three separate pieces. The pieces are Minnie, her plush puppy and the leash (this connects Minnie and the puppy). This toy comes with batteries, but of course may need to be replaced soon after opening but it should give you a little time to get some new ones. It is really easy to set up the toy, this could easily be done by you or even your young child. This toy is recommended for children ages three and up.
Some of the fun things that this toy does is that Minnie, when not connected to the puppy with the leash, can give the puppy commands. When the two are connected Minnie takes the puppy for a walk. Both of these interactions are really fun to watch and are sure to make any child smile.
This is the Racing Adventures Mickey Mouse.
This toy is also recommended for children ages three and up. This is a great toy, especially for children who love to watch Mickey and the Roadster Racers. We don’t have the Disney Channel but my kids have seen this show once or twice. Each time they have seen it they have loved every minute. So being able to bring one of those characters home is exciting.
Mickey comes with a car and a flag. Mickey can do multiple things for many levels of fun. One thing he can do is sit in his car and race around. Another fun thing he does is he can direct a race for your little one and their friends. The first person to grab the flag out of his hand wins. Then he will do a victory dance.
Both of these toys are very interactive and great for children who love these fun characters.
I highly recommend these toys as Christmas gifts this year for any child who loves Mickey and/or Minnie.
Which toy would your child prefer? Why? Let us know in the comments!