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Top 3 In the Night Garden Toys

Posted by Lynette Hammond on

In the Night Garden is still very popular with younger audiences. The hit CBeebies show was first broadcast back in 2007 and ended in 2009, but that hasn’t slowed down the fan base and new toddlers are being introduced to the enchanting characters each and every day.

Here are our top selling In the Night Garden toys that are loved by all fans of the show and their parents too!

In the Night Garden Ninky Nonk Musical Activity Train

The Ninky Nonk Musical Activity Train is aimed at children aged 12 months and older. The five carriages all have a different activity, including a shape sorter and a block stacking carriage. There are three buttons that each play a little tune associated with one of the characters and the Ninky Nonk sounds are simply activated by pulling the cord. That’s not all! There’s also a yellow star button that will start the calming lullaby and the night light, perfect for when bedtime arrives.

In the Night Garden Talking Igglepiggle Soft Toy

You’ve probably seen many infants and toddlers hanging out with Igglepiggle! Igglepiggle is the perfect buddy to take out on adventures and to give cuddles to throughout the day and night.  The soft toy is super soft and he makes sounds and plays songs from the show. Suitable from birth, he really is a must have for all fans of In the Night Garden.

In the Night Garden Explore and Learn Musical Activity Centre

The Explore and Learn Musical Activity Centre is one of our newest releases in our In the Night Garden collection. Suitable for children aged 12 months and over, it’s a toy that can grow alongside your child. The table top can be used on the floor and on the table. There are lots of activities to teach and entertain and it comes with three figurines, Igglepiggle, Upsy Daisy and Makka Pakka.

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