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The Sing-A-Ma-Jigs Review

by T Akery | July 20th, 2011 | Helpful Hints, Infants/Toddlers

The Sing-A-Ma-Jigs is a toy made by Fisher Price. With the reputation of the company, you expect a decent toy product and it really doesn’t disappoint. Even though it is made for kids, secretly adults will find some amusement in playing with them.

They are a plush toy that look a little like aliens with big round mouths. Of course, this is where they sing. There are three basic settings. There is the single note that emits when you press their belly. The next is a gibberish type of setting. The third is the actual song. To get the song to play, you have to press the belly for each note. The cool part of this is that you can slow down or speed up the song depending on how fast you press their belly. The downside is that you have to keep pressing the belly to hear the whole song. It can get tiring.

Get more than one and they will harmonize with each other. The major problem comes in when you want to hear more than two of them. You will have to get someone else involved to hear the whole set of them sing.

Each one has a different song. The funniest was “Yankee Doodle Dandy”. The  “Sing, Sing, Sing” song has the most hard-to-understand words. The rest of the songs are cute.

They come in different colors. So, you can find a color your child will like. However, the songs are very specific to the color of the toy.

They make cute presents and can be found in most major retail stores such as Wal-mart or Target. They are around twelve dollars depending on the store and the area you are in. If you can find them under ten dollars, then they are a deal.

Not all children will get a kick out of them for very long. Those who aren’t that interested in stuffed animals or stuffed toys won’t find them interesting for more than a few minutes. Secretly, they can be more entertaining for adults than for kids. They certainly are collectible.

They are cute, cuddly, and they can sing. The problem is they have to constantly have their bellies pushed to make noise. They can be a toy that gets a little or a lot of play time. You may find yourself playing more with them than your child does.

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