Tickety Toc Musical Pufferty Train and Matching Game #Review #Giveaway

Disclaimer:  I was given the products in this post for the purpose of a review. 

I was not paid in any way to write this review.

All opinions are my own.

If you have little ones you more than likely have heard of Tickety Toc. The new hit show on Nick Jr. that features those adorable twins Tommy and Tallulah. Mommy and I have actually watched it a few times and I have to say that it is such a great show. A show that promotes both team work, social responsibility and problem solving in a fun and engaging way. The animation is totally delightful and I can sit there and watch it for hours but I never do. Mommy doesn’t allow much TV time, no matter how much I think she should. 

About the Show:

Inside an old clock shop is a wall full of clocks. And right in the middle is one very special clock. This is the Tickety Toc Clock. As every hour passes, it springs in to life to Chime in the Time. It all happens as regular as clockwork! But Chiming the Time isn’t as easy as it seems! For behind the face of the Tickety Toc Clock lies an extraordinary world where things don’t always run so smoothly.

This slapstick show centres on our inseparable heroes, twins Tommy & Tallulah, and their remarkable friends as they race against time to keep the clock ticking and chime in the time. 

I received the Tickety Toc Musical Pufferty Train (RV $24.99) and the Matching Game (RV $9.99) for review purposes.

The Tickety Toc Musical Pufferty Train comes already set up and is very easily taken out of the package. It comes with Tommy and Talulah and their friend Tooteroo who takes a ride in Pufferty the Train. The smokestack can be pushed and you can hear the Tickety Toc theme song. It’s just music so don’t expect to hear the words. Tommy and Tallulah sits in the train and once the train goes by you pushing it, you actually see the see-saw action. Tooteroo spins around in his seat making it even more interactive. The train cars can be taken apart for even more fun.

I really enjoyed pushing my Pufferty Train around and taking them out and playing with them as well. It was really fun having the pieces taken apart and put back together. I love my Pufferty Train and I know you will too. 

The Tickety Toc Matching game is one of my favorite games to date. It is actually one that I can play as well. There aren’t many games that a toddler can play but this is definitely one of them. The game comes with 76 cards of all my favorite Tickety Toc character.  It can be played with up to 4 players or you can play by yourself. Since I’m not 2 years old as yet mommy decided that I would play but with just a few cards. 

The game was simple enough. I just had to match my cards together by flipping the tiles over. Once I was finished matching my tiles the game was over. This game is great to promote my memory skills and matching. It really helps with my turn-taking and playing with others. I’m not good with taking turns or even playing together so this really helps with that. Although this game says ages 3+, this is great for most toddlers. 

I have to give my Tickety Toc Musical Pufferty Train and my Tickety Toc Matching Game my Two Tiny Thumbs Up! They make great Christmas gifts as well.

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