Pop On Pals is a new line of toys from Spin Master. They are geared for preschoolers and are made for play, education and development. Delve into the new world of ” Endless Popabilities” with Pop On Pals! Find Mix & Match Pals, Pets and Rings, Vehicles and Playsets. The Pals are the actual Pop On Pals who can be changed with Rings that fit around their bodies, into takiing part in various activities and jobs.
Children will let their imaginations run wild with Pop On Pals as they play with them alone or with others. There’s endless opportunities to be creative with their Pals and Pets. They can act out games, pretend they are in the Pop On Pals world, in an Amusement Park, at home, in school, at a party, etc.
The Amusement Park Playset includes one Pal, 3 amusement park themed rings, and an amusement park with a Ferris wheel, a roller coaster, a dragon swing, a milk toss bottle game and a strong man game. There’s lights, bells and other sounds to keep the fun going.
My Review: I invited my friend over with her children to play with the Amusement Park set. The two girls are sisters aged 6 and 4 who usually can’t play together without fighting (typical sibling rivalry). With the Pop On Pals Amusement Park, they both sat together and happily played, each finding a different activity to keep them occupied. They even helped each other to find new ways to send the car down the roller coaster, to change the rings on the girl Pal so she could play the various games and even use the ring in some really imaginative ways! It was so nice for my friend and I to have some free time while they played. There were no questions, no fighting, no whining. After a while, though, they did start to reach for the single Pal that was included. Perhaps including two Pals would be a better option in the future.
Buy It: Pop Up Pals are sold at large retail stores and toy stores.
Do you own Pop Up Pals? If so, what are your thoughts? If not, what do you think about them?
Disclaimer: I was provided with the Pop On Pals Amusement Park through Team Mom for this review. All opinions are my own.