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Hero has been testing a new toy that he has been literally hauling everywhere he goes this week.  The Peppa Pig Laugh and Learn Alphaphonics toy is apparently his version of my MAC laptop and he’s been toting it with him and slapping it down on any surface we stop at, telling me he has work to do, and occasionally sighing and muttering “ANOTHER Me-Mail”.  I’m beginning to wonder what I look like to him lately.

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Anyhow, this Test Drive Tuesday we have a copy to give away – so your little one can have just as much fun as Hero has this week.  See the foot of the post for details, or our Instagram post.

Peppa Pig Laugh and Learn Alphaphonics Toy

Peppa Pig Laugh and Learn Alphaphonics Toy

Peppa Pig Laugh and Learn Alphaphonics is for little Peppa fans aged 3 and over. It’s a fun toy for learning all about phonics and spelling in connection with the show.  Each letter on the toy is represented by an something they’ve seen on the show already – although we were sad that Mrs. Duck wasn’t on there, or any of the newer characters which the boys love.

There are 7 different activities to do which are accessed by the top switch on the toy that you can see in the photograph above.  Five of the slots feature activities with questions on letters, words and phonics, one is a memory game and the other is a noisy fun thing.  I wish I could tell you more but Hero keeps running off with it.

Peppa Pig Laugh and Learn Alphaphonics Toy

We’ve loved having fun with the Peppa Pig Laugh and Learn Alphaphonics toy – and Hero loves it.  The only thing I have an issue with is that it doesn’t have an off switch.  Which means if you knock it accidentally after putting light sleeping children to bed, you’re going to curse the day you ever met Peppa Pig because she’s yelling within seconds and waking everyone faster than Daddy Pig when Baby Alexander came to stay.

SOOOO…. You can win one!  Here’s how below.  Good luck! *oink oink*

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  1. My daughter would say George, but I think Miss Rabbit rocks. She seems to be able to turn her hand to anything!

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