The Stuffies series of plush animals offers a total of 11 choices, including Bravo the Bear, Stomper the Dino, and Muddzie the Pig. In this day and age of hyperactivity and excessive violence in kid’s toys, it’s refreshing to find a plush toy series that promotes important values instead.
In addition to the unique pockets each Stuffies has, from whence the series derives its name, each member promotes a specific value, such as perseverance, helpfulness, patience, and more, and includes a related storybook.
Stuffies are the ideal children’s plush toy for a number of reasons. On the surface, they are supersized, incredibly soft, adorable animals. These toys proceed on the notion that “it’s what inside that counts” however, so the outward appearance is just the beginning. Each Stuffie has 7 top-secret pockets of varying sizes so kids can hide treasures for safe keeping, bring additional toys on road trips, and more.
Additionally, each one includes a special surprise gift and an interactive storybook that relates to the individual Stuffie’s value. The suggested retail price is $49.95, and they include free shipping.
Stuffies truly shine since they are not mere plush animals. Certainly, they are huge, soft, and incredibly cute, but in addition to those, each Stuffie teaches kids the importance of a variety of values. And on top of each Stuffie’s stated value, children also learn organizational skills as they studiously decide which valuables to put in which secret pocket.
Parents of kids of any age will love Stuffies! They have no small parts for younger children to put in their mouths, and they include the pockets and storybooks for older kids.
Stuffies are durable, easy to clean, and great for all ages. Kids can learn about valuable life skills while playing with an adorable plush bumblebee or dinosaur and filling their unique pockets. It’s hard to find a better value for your money.
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In addition to the plethora of individuals who have purchased Stuffies and absolutely fell in love, the series has won The National Parenting Center’s 2012 Seal