Fisher-Price Think & Learn Teach ‘n Tag Movi *Review*

Chloe will soon be starting pre school. At her age we love any type of educational toy. Something that gets her going, teaches her things about the world. Mattel was so kind and sent us the new Teach ‘n tag Movi. He is such a cute little robot and both kids are having so much fun with him.

Movi can turn all the way 360, thanks to his extra  wheel at the back. This is also the only thing you have assemble when you receive it in the box. With its rubbers wheels Movi can get around the house so easy. You can see his facial expression change while playing with him. He has over 60 facial expressions which also change colour.

Movi comes in three game modes and with six games to choose from. They will either get your kids thinking or moving. My kids liked the tag game the best, trying to catch Movi and press one of the button on top of his head. He will also get you up and encourages you to dance.

Mode 1 is called Alpha Fun Action. This mode will teach your child all the different animals sounds and Movi will ask you to crawl around like a tiger for example.
Mode 2 Think & Move Shapes your kids have to put their thinking caps on and make out which shape Movi is about to form on the floor.
And finally mode 3 Learn & Play Games is all about being silly. Jump around like a monkey, but watch out for Movi to say STOP. You are only allowed to continue until he gives you the green light.

What did we think of Movi?:

The kids were super excited to open up Movi. Matthew loves anything robots. Movi is aimed at kids from three to six years old. This makes it the perfect educational toy for the two of them. They absolutely loved chasing him in the living room and in the kitchen.  It’s very easy for them to press the buttons. Teach ‘n tag Movi is available from any toy shop such as Smyth for €49.99.

Disclaimer: We were sent this product for the purpose of this review. As always it’s 100% my honest opinion.

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5 thoughts on “Fisher-Price Think & Learn Teach ‘n Tag Movi *Review*

  1. Oh I think it definitely depends on the child. Matthew likes anything silly. He might be 5 1/2 years but he is still totally into that.

  2. This looks fun for older toddlers and preschoolers. I’m not sure it would have kept my son entertained age 6 or even age 5. But I guess it depends on the child #triedtested

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