Little Man and LP both love interactive soft toys at the moment and when we were offered Read Along With Woolly to review I hoped that they’d both love it. I don’t think that either of them have watched Woolly and Tig but I was sure they’d love Woolly in all his cute furry spider-ness!
Since Read Along With Woolly arrived Little Man has not had much of a look in, LP loves Woolly and calls him her furry spider friend. Although it is aimed at a child 10 months and over I think that at LP’s age, three, the toy really comes into it’s own. Complete with a small book containing four stories, it features symbols on Woolly’s feet that correspond with symbols as you read through the book. LP loves finding the right symbol and pressing it at the right time.
Read Along With Woolly is definitely a toy that a child can grow into and Little Man loves to give Woolly cuddles and listens when he says the relevant phrases and noises when his feet are pressed. LP loves the story aspect of Read Along With Woolly but will also happily press his feet at random to hear what he is going to say.
We’ve found Read Along With Woolly to be a great bedtime story companion and the symbols throughout the book really help to keep LP’s concentration and finding the symbols on Woolly’s feet would really help hand eye coordination too.
Read Along With Woolly has an RRP of £29.99