Fisher Price Sing-A-Ma-Jig
Fisher Price's toy on the Sing-A-Ma-Jig, was the toy of the year in 2011. These things are a hot seller and quite addictive These toys are recommended for ages three years to six years. However plenty of people over six are playing with these toys. They are getting lots of press on many news shows. There are several different types of Sing-A-Ma-Jigs. Each have their own personality and sing their own song. There are many different colors, Red, Purple, Orange,Light Blue, Yellow and Mint Green. Sing-A-Ma-Jigs will sing or chatter when you press their belly. Something happens though when you get these little guys together. They sing and harmonize together. Many adults are in awe of the Sing-A-Ma-Jigs as there little mouths get bigger the more they sing. You can purchase a Sing-A-Ma-Jig separately, as a couple or all together. new for 2012 are Singamajig duets! You get two little critters harmonizing together. Take a look to get acquainted with these new toys.
New for this year are Sing a ma jigs that come in pairs. One pair featured here is a green one that has a duet with a puppy. Another featured Sing a ma jig has a Kitten. Both harmonize with each other and will be sure to make you smile.
Christmas Sing a ma jigs
If you are in the mood for Christmas, try out a Reindeer or Snowman Sing a ma jig. These critters Sing Jingle Bells. It is suggested you can even take your Christmas Sing a ma jigs out Christmas Caroling.
The Sing-A-Ma-Jigs - Valentine's Day
This red Sing-a ma-jig is dressed all in red for Valentines Day. Watch his little mouth move as he chatters away or sings you a song. This Valentines Day Sing-a-ma-jig sings the song " Can I call you Sweetheart?"
The Sing-A-Ma-Jigs - Pink
Meet the Pink bear. He or she is dressed in a polka dot sweater. She sings “Skip to My Loo”. Push it's tummy and it makes a sound. Push its hand and you get a song. Parents gave Pink four and a half stars out of five. Adult customers are saying they cant put it down once they pick it up. It's love at first squeak! Adults love it when it's little mouth moves to sing and it reveals teeth and a tongue. Another customer was awoken in the middle of the night with a "Hello" when her daughter rolled over on the Sing-A-Ma-Jigs belly. Adults admit this toy is addicting. Many adults plan on buying a Sing-A-Ma-Jig for another adult.
The Sing-A-Ma-Jigs - Blue
Meet the Blue dog. This Sing-A-Ma-Jig is dressed in a colorful striped shirt. Ten customer reviews gave this Sing-A-Ma-Jig four and a half stars out of five. Parents have already bought these as Christmas gifts. Once again parent are loving playing with these. They actually make you smile.
The Sing-A-Ma-Jigs - Yellow
Meet the Yellow Bunny. This Sing-A-Ma-Jig sings Home on the Range and is dressed in a diamond design shirt. He has six parent reviews and made four and a half stars out of five. Parents are still commenting on how addictive these things are. They also state they make you smile, no matter what your age!
The Sing-A-Ma-Jigs - Red
Meet the Red Bear. He sings Oh where oh where has my little dog gone. He is wearing a striped shirt has also scored four and half stars out of five. Parents comment on how much their children love this toy and how they had plans to buy other Sing-A-Ma-Jigs to harmonize together.
The Sing-A-Ma-Jigs - Purple
Meet the Purple bear. He song she sings is Oh Suzanna. She is wearing a polka dot shirt and is popular. There are only a few left. This Sing-A-Ma-Jig received three and a half stars out of five. Parents state these are really cute toys.
The Sing-A-Ma-Jigs - Orange
Meet the orange Sing-A-Ma-Jig. He is dressed in blue shirt with square designs. There are no customer reviews, but there is not very many of these left in stock!
The Sing-A-Ma-Jigs - Light Blue
Here is the light blue Sing-A-Ma-Jig. He is wearing a purple poka dot shirt. This one like the orange one has no customer reviews but isw almost sold out!
SingAMaJig Set of 4 Deluxe Singing Plush Figures Blue, Red, Pink Yellow
Collect Sing-A-Ma-Jigs Red, Blue, Yellow and Purple as a group. Experience perfect harmony as all four sing together. One customer review gave this toy four and a half stars out of five. The customer states these toys are simply amazing.
Mint green Sign-a-Ma-Jig
The Mint Green Sing-A-Ma- Jig is wearing a pink striped shirt. He sings When the Saints go Marching in. The Mint Green Sing A Ma Jig is also available in a set of four.
When I first saw these toys I was taken a back by their odd looks and over sized lips. Are these Sing A-Ma-Jigs male?, Female? I saw lots of comments calling some of them bunnies or some of them bears. I was reminded again about these toys this morning while watching the Today Show. Kathy Lee was going on and on about how she keeps hers in her dressing room. I was definitely surprised at the customer comments. Many parents were possibly more entertained by this toy than their children. The comment I saw the most was "It makes me happy". Other comments were that it was addictive. Adults are considering this toy as a gift to other adults. The Sing-A-Ma-Jig will definitely be spreading happiness this holiday season.
I just had to share my experience with the Sing-a-Ma-Jig. I found some at our Toys R us. There were a few working ones left scattered on the shelf. Poor little guys looked like they had been through a war! They were smaller than I imagined. I squeezed one and I was hooked. The little mouth moved exposing a tongue and a soft singing voice. I did play with two and let them harmonize. I also pressed their little hands and tummies. I loved that I kept pressing his belly and he would keep singing. I showed my son ( after I was done playing). He was not impressed. He wanted to go checkout the cool boy toys. We had to walk away as my son kept telling me " Mommy put that down!!" I did. If my son had liked it I would have most likely bought one!
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