Over the last few months we have been so excited to take part in the Chad Valley Play Panel, reviewing some of the best toys on the market from the Chad Valley toy range. This months assortment was met with equal excitement, by both the children and me!
We received this Chad Valley 5 Level Car Park which is currently on offer at £24.99. This realistic 5-level car park is a huge 73cm high where you can raise the cars up each level in the central lift, before whizzing them down the fast track ramps. There is also a car wash, petrol pump and a repair station with lift. The garage comes with one die cast car.
We also received a Chad Valley Road Rippers Monster Croc Truck, something which Harry was particularly excited to receive! For ages 3 years and older this monster truck roars into action with realistic monster motor sounds, arena rocking sounds and motorised driving with wheelie action!
We also received a Chad Valley PlaySmart Interactive Magnetic Easel aimed at children aged 18 months and over. Priced at £24.99 the easel takes all the fun of a traditional writing magnetic board and combines it with interactive fun. The easel also features games as well as lights, music and songs. It comes with 3 number keys, 3 letter keys and 3 shapes keys, as well as a pen to write. I love that it has English, Spanish and music modes, great for teaching little ones a second language!
And lastly, we received the Chad Valley Babies to Love Lily Interactive Doll . At £19.99 it is so much cheaper than other similar dolls on the market, and being a huge fan of baby dolls, Eva couldn’t wait to try her out!
Lily encourages nurturing role play through 10 different interactive features. Eva loves to be able to feed her dolls and using the bottle, Lily makes drinking noises and even burps when you pat her on the back.
She also comes with a dummy and if you rock her she will start to snooze and make the most adorable snoring sounds!
Tickling her feet makes her giggle and touching her hand makes her babble, and we loved that this was so easy to do. Unlike some dolls the girls have where they have end up getting frustrated when she won’t do what she is supposed to, there was nothing complicated at all about this. Lily does exactly what she says on the tin!
With a removable pink all in one and hat, Eva told me that she thought Lily was the most adorable little doll she had ever seen, and I have to agree. I think that this is such a good quality interactive doll and, for the price, you really can’t beat it! I would definitely recommend her to any child who enjoys babies as much as Eva does.
We are giving one lucky reader the chance to win a Chad Valley PlaySmart Interactive Magnetic Easel.The winner will be chosen at random and notified via email at close of competition on March 18th. Good Luck!