There is no better feeling than seeing your kids happy. Whenever my son gets a new toy, his eyes light up and he proceeds to open it right away. Once it’s open, he gets busy playing with it for the next hour. His love for plush toys hasn’t completely developed yet, but he’s starting to show interest. Some plushies are just super cute, but some serve a purpose.
The AlphaBeasts are not just cute plushies, they help kids learn while being played with. They live in a magical world of which you can learn on the website. Each toy features a letter of the Alphabet on the front and there are a total of 26 to collect. The more AlphaBeasts you have, the more words you can spell out. Besides helping kids to learn letter of the Alphabet, these cute characters can be used as decorations.
To begin my collection, I though it would be the best to get an AlphaBeast with first letters of my kids names. I think my little guy is old enough to start learning letters and what best way to start then to learn how to spell your own name. I got two AlphaBeasts, letter M for the little guy and litter K for my girly.
Moochi – “This worrisome beast keeps a watchful set of oversized eyes on Alphaland. The other beasts count on Moochi to be their lookout. He can spot an ant on a blade of grass over a mile away! He’s certainly not loud or lengthy when talking though, as he possesses a very small mouth.“
Kliklak – “A little stick of dynamite! Kliklak has a short temper, and when bothered can be seen bouncing off the walls like a rubber ball. To make matters worse, he can be hard to understand when he talks. He’s always nervous and anxious, yet always one of the first beasts there to help another beast in need.“
AlphaBeasts a very unique-looking, I personally love the designs! These plushies are pretty big at a whole 15 inches tall. If only my kids had their own room, I’d definitely collect their names for fun, play and decoration. I think it’s a bit steep to pay $15.99 for each toy times 26, that is a lot of money. I wish there was a set of 26 mini beast available. However, getting one or a couple can still be fun.
Gift It: There are 26 different AlphaBeasts and each one retails for $15.99. Every kid would enjoy seeing their name spelled out with toys. Or just having a toy with the first letter of their name. If like me, you can’t afford the whole collection, there is also the ABC Book Set available.
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