Who doesn’t love Winnie the Pooh? I grew up with Pooh bear and my kids have always had him in their lives too, in the form of films, books and toys. We were recently sent the new Hungry Dancing Pooh Bear from Tomy, to review.
Hungry Dancing Winnie the Pooh is 12 inches tall, he has a soft body, but with hard insides where the mechanics obviously move. He still has a cuddly kinda feel to him. He requires 2 AA batteries to work, but these do come included.
To activate Pooh you simply press his hands. The left hand and he sings his famous ‘Up, down, touch the ground’ song while he moves. Press his right hand it activates a musical statue game, which has music which stops every now and again. This is Emma’s favourite mode, as she loves watching him move to the music, and it goes on for a lot longer than the left handed song. The movement isn’t massive, but he does move side to side, like a bum wiggle. The kids find it hilarious, especially Emma and Mark who loves getting up to dance along!
We were sent Hungry Dancing Winnie the Pooh for the purpose of this review. All thoughts are our own.