SMALL TOYS DELIVER BIG SMILES
The Christmas lists my children type and text me look much different than the handwritten letters I would give to Santa Clause each year at our local mall.
In this tech-savvy world, the simplistic toys I yearned for as a child aren’t realistic wish-list items for the children of today, but that doesn’t mean I can’t enjoy the nostalgia of my childhood with little versions of the big fun toys that would occupy me for hours.
World’s Smallest Toys has brought back classics like Etch-A-Sketch, the Fisher-Price Chatter Telephone, Rubik’s Cube, the Sock Monkey and Fisher-Price Rock-A-Stack. With most below $10 a piece (many at just $4.99), these make perfect holiday gifts to give to friends and family who also loved playing with these classics. I keep a few of them on my desk at work to add a little fun to my day.
There is a whole line of these toys, but my collection includes:
World’s Smallest Etch-A-Sketch – Twist your way to exciting pictures with the world’s smallest Etch A Sketch. It works just like the classic Etch A Sketch, powered by skill and imagination.
World’s Smallest Fisher-Price Chatter Telephone – The iconic Fisher-Price Chatter Telephone has been a nostalgic favorite for many generations. This adorable, classic pull toy has the same friendly face, movable eyes, a bell and classic red receiver just like the original.
World’s Smallest Rubik’s Cube – The world’s top-selling 3-dimensional puzzle is now available in the world’s smallest size. Twist and turn the cube using various combinations to return it to its original state, one solid color on every side. (Good luck!!!)
World’s Smallest Sock Monkey — Sock Monkeys remain a popular icon to this day and are enjoyed by kids of all ages. The World’s Smallest Sock Monkey has the same classic design – woven brown “sock” color, white feet and of course, red lips.
World’s Smallest Fisher-Price Rock-A-Stack – Now kids of all ages can take a trip back in time and enjoy the classic Fisher-Price Rock-A-Stack. Just like the original toy, there are five colorful, stackable rings and a wobbly base that rocks back and forth.
Did you have any of these as a child? What brings you back to your childhood? Oh, and could you ever solve the Rubik’s Cube (without peeling off the stickers)? Check them out on Amazon.com or http://superimpulse.com/our-brands/worlds-smallest/ and bring a big smile to you or someone you know who didn’t have an iPad on their Christmas list when they were young!
Honestly (the only kind of review I would offer), I give World’s Smallest Toys an enthusiastic, Fonzie-style “thumbs up.”
*I received World’s Smallest Toys for review. All opinions expressed are my own. Pinky swear!