Playskool On-The-Go Toys Review

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I participated in an Influencer Activation on behalf of Influence Central for Playskool. I received product samples to facilitate my review and a promotional item to thank me for my participation.

Talk about a new toy revolution. Toy makers are not only making toys with kids in mind, but parents as well. After listening to customer feedback, Playskool designed the next generation of toys that are the same great toys you love, but now they flatten, collapse, and store for easy transportation. 

There is a great collection of some of the classic toys that help build motor skills.  

This is the Stack N’ Stow lion. The head locks into place so there is no losing any of the pieces. The cups stack up and are easy to hold onto. It works fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination as they stack the cups. There are also shapes and colors on the cups. IMG_0592.JPGYou can’t forget the sorting toys also. Those are every little ones favorite. The Pop-Up Shape Sorter is in the shape of a kitty and folds flat with a collapsable pal and blocks that connect. Everything stays in place when the head folds down on top. 

The blocks disconnect to make more than one set to sort. They are exploring shapes and color sorting. Playskool thought of all the little details!   

This is the Roll N’ Gears Car, the gears move together and can be taken on and off the car into different patterns. When the car is closed, it locks the gears into place so they won’t get lost and the wheels still move like a car.

What’s great about these new on-the-go toys is that they can all fit into a diaper bag or stroller. You still get the key learning activities with the added bonus of the stow and go features. There are toys for each age group up to toddlers. My little one loves the Dressy Kids doll that has zippers, buttons, and shoelaces to practice getting dressed. IMG_0594.JPG  
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