Wednesday, 19 October 2016

Puppy Play Set from Learning Resources Review plus Giveaway


As part of the Learning Resources Christmas Gift Guide we were sent the New Sprouts Puppy Play Set to review. 

Christmas is not to far away now and I know we are secretly all out doing early Christmas shopping and all making those Christmas lists. So here is a toy that both Learning Resources and I think makes a great gift for Christmas. 



The Puppy Play Set! Now lets be honest, how many people asked for a puppy for christmas when they were younger? How many people have children who have already asked for a puppy for Christmas? Well if your not considering getting a real puppy then I think the puppy play set is the answer. Its the perfect way to get your child a little puppy to look after without having to deal with any of the mess and responsibility that comes with it.

That being said, A Puppy Play set is not just for Christmas, its something that your child will need to take care of each and every day. The puppy comes with its basket so your child can put the puppy to bed, comes with a dog bowl and dog food so your child can feed it each day, comes with a bone so your child can play with the puppy and give it a little treat and finally it comes with a brush so they can groom it each day.




Lily was super excited to receive the Puppy Play set and as soon as she got the puppy out of the box she gave it a big squeezy cuddle and said "Aww". Its quite nice that the dog is a soft toy because its perfect for cuddling and loving.

I showed Lily which was the dogs bed and put the doggy in it. Lily soon picked this up and understood that that is where the dog sits. She straight away understood the brush part and when I said Aww brush the puppy, she understood and started to brush it again saying Awwww as she did.

I showed her the dog food and showed her how to empty it into the bowl and then said give the puppy a bone and she put it to the puppy's mouth. It really is a great simple little set that young minds can understand and that encourages early imaginative play.





I have left the puppy play set out this week so if she wanted to play with it she could go and get it herself. This is always a great way to find out if she likes a new toy. So far Lily has got it out to play with each day. Its really nice to leave her alone to play with it and see her talking to the puppy and really engaging in imaginative play. Its great to see how this toy is helping with Lily's language development. 

The pieces of the puppy play set are all a great size for little hands and are all made from rubberised PVC and durable plastic. They are all super bright which is eye catching and the design is really appealing to children. Its recommended from children aged 2-6 years old and is £20.00 to buy. 

You can head to the Learning Resource Website now to buy it or read more.

Ok, As its nearly Christmas. We have one Puppy Play set to give to one Lucky Winner. 
Enter on the Gleam App Below.

Win a Puppy Play Set from Learning Resources

107 comments:

  1. They would probably call him Jaxon (our new puppies name) lol thanks :D

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  2. Fred or jimmy he couldn't make his mind up

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  3. Most likely he would be named Charlie-Dog after a little old dog down our road who we see every day.

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  4. She would probably just name him Doggy or Woof-woof.

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  5. My daughter would call him Sunny
    Kali filsell

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  6. We might have to meet him first before we named him, to see what sort of puppy he was?

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  7. My niece said she would call him Lucas after her friend ��

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  8. My daughter would name the puppy Mr Fluffington

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  9. My nephew would prob call it Dave or Don, why you ask? I honestly have no idea xx

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  10. Spencer Broadley20 October 2016 at 11:41

    Monty after our late cat

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  11. My granddaughter would name it Ella after out Little dog. although we have two dogs she likes Ella better.

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  12. Cute! My daughter says she would call him chase

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  13. my 18 month old grand daughter calls every animal duckduck even her stuffed bears so the puppies name if i won it would be duckduck

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  14. Buster after a local dog she likes

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  15. We would name him Dax. Dxx

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  16. My little boy would call him "Uff Uff" because that's his noise for "Woof Woof", which he says whenever he sees a doggie :)

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  17. My little girl said she would name it rosie (that's what she names most of her toys lol)

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  18. My Daughter who is almost 2 would settle on Doggy I think :-) x

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  19. Jimmy as I read made up stories about my boy and his little friend called Jimmy

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  20. It would probably be called spot after our dogs name.x

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  21. Probably something like Sweetheart Flower

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  22. He said he'd name his Stinky! Haha

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  23. Knowing my granddaughter she'd name him Doggy. Seems to be the trend, her doll is called dolly, baby is called baby..... x

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  24. Rosie - My 5yr old has taken a real liking to this name and now every doll, teddy, spider in our garden is called Rosie.

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  25. My little girl would call the dog Rio ��

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  26. Oreo is my daughter's suggestion!

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  27. Oreo is my daughter's suggestion!

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  28. I think we'd name hime 'Purple' after his lovely nose and ears ;)

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  29. ive just asked my daughter and shes said Percy

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  30. Amelia ~ Ellie's favourite name!

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  31. i think eden would call his whiskers

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  32. I would give this to my neighbours great grandchildren to name, I like Benson

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  33. At the moment all the toys are being given weather related names. So far we have a Thunder and a Raindrop. I'm guessing this one might be Lightning? :)

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  34. Charlie - everything is named Charlie

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  35. He would probably get named 'doggy', my little man tends to be quite literal.

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  36. Zoe - everything seems to be called that at the moment.

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  37. Will call him Benjy.wonderful prize.🍀

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  38. I'm not sure what my granddaughter would name the puppy. At the moment everything is Kitty!

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  39. Probably 'Woof' as that's what she says when she spots a dog, or Winston as that's the name of our doggy :)

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  40. We got our daughter a kitten last year she's crazy on her and called her holly now everything she owns is called holly so think it would be the same lol

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  41. We got our daughter a kitten last year she's crazy on her and called her holly now everything she owns is called holly so think it would be the same lol

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  42. my princess said he will be called barney after her sisters rabbit

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  43. Daisy, every dog she comes across she names it Daisy after our Jack Russell :)

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  44. Probably rocky! That's his fave pup from paw patrol x

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  45. I think Sophie would call it BOB she is naming everything Bob atm!

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  46. It would probably be Chick. Its our favourite word at the moment :)

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  47. My granddaughter can only say a few words at the moment. The closest she can come to a name is "Buh" for Bob, so that's what it would have to be called.

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  48. I would name the puppy Charlie, I like human names for dogs - even pretend ones!

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  49. My daughter would probably call the puppy Boo - that is her current favourite word.

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  50. I think we could call him scruffs!

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  51. we would call him Herman :)

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  52. My daughter would call him Scamp :D

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  53. Probably Sky, very similar to one of the Paw Patrol characters.

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  54. My daughters favourite word is 'cuddle' so i'm going to go with that.

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  55. No idea as she's very unpredictable! I would guess 'Daniel' though :)

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  56. She'd call it something very girlie like "princess". It would be for my great niece, she's such a girlie girl

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  57. Our little girl wants to call him Oscar.

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  58. My little girl sais she would call him Parker xx

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  59. My little girl sais she would call him Parker xx

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  60. My little girl has said she would call this gorgeous puppy Eren

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  61. my baby boy would call the puppy Thomas

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  62. My grandson, being a big Paw Patrol fan would call the pup Chase

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  63. knowing my best friends daughter she would call it Shelby as thats the name of her favorite dog

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  64. arnie he loves that name at moment xx

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  65. My son says he would call the puppy Eddie!

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  66. Ciera said she would name the puppy Isla!

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  67. My little girl would call it Marshall after her favourite pup from paw patrol

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  68. My little girl would call it Marshall after her favourite pup from paw patrol

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  69. Probably chase it's his fav paw patrol puppy!

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  70. My little girl would name the puppy Lottie! :)

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  71. My grandson would call him Rico after my sisters Great Dane cross mastiff whom he adores

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