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Something Special Mr Tumble Interactive Toy Review

Posted by Lynette Hammond on

Mr Tumble Interactive Toy

We love to read reviews of our toys, so we were delighted when Wendy Hirst popped along to visit us on Facebook and leave a review for our Mr Tumble Interactive Toy on our wall. Thanks Wendy!

Wendy owns the Spectrum of Life blog, she’s a mum of 4, 2 of her boys have autism and her daughter has been diagnosed with ADHD. Wendy was sent the Something Special Mr Tumble Interactive Toy to review with her youngest son, Zak, a major fan of CBeebies. Wendy and her children were already aware of Mr Tumble from his television show Something Special. Her children were able to relate to Mr Tumble and were non-verbal until they began using the Makaton language that is used in the show.

 The Mr Tumble Interactive Toy is designed to promote fine motor skills, dexterity, sound recognition, touching along with light and texture. He’s a loveable huggable character but he does so much more than accept cuddles.  The Mr Tumble Interactive Toy is designed to promote fine motor skills, dexterity, sound recognition, touching along with light and texture. Zak gave the toy a good review, so why not head on over to Spectrum of Life and see what he thought of his new Mr Tumble toy, just click here.

The Mr Tumble Interactive Toy is available here and from some of our partners, retailing at just £19.99. We also have more toys in the range and some are in the sale! Learn more about Mr Tumble Something Special toys here.


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