Talking Messy Monster Review

Airing weekdays on CBeebies, Messy goes to OKIDO, created by Doodle Productions, brings science to life through the incredible adventures of a curious, lovable blue monster called Messy.  He lives in the real world and when he wants an answer to a question he visits the land of Okido with his best friends Felix and Zoe to find out more. Aimed at children 2-5 years old, the show features stories, comedy, adventure and much more!

Fans of the show will love the new Talking Messy Monster (RRP £9.99) soft toy. The curious, loveable monster is super-soft and cuddly and perfect for little ones to take on adventures! Messy will even talk to you, simply squeeze him to hear some of his favourite sounds and phrases from the TV show.

Create your own Okido experience with the Large Talking Messy Monster (RRP £14.99). This cuddly soft toy measures 24cm and features Messy’s favourite phrase: “Balabalaboomboom” along with many more fun sounds from the TV show!  The Large Talking Messy Monster is made from a mixture of soft and furry fabrics and features cute embroidered facial features.  Suitable for children from birth.

We are big fans of Messy goes to OKIDO in this house so we were very excited when we were asked if we would like to be sent a talking messy monster.

Harry was very excited when he first received it in the post, laughing at all the phrases he recognised from the show, especially BALABALABOOMBOOM 

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But then he noticed his Okido magazine and got playing with that so Jack saw his chance and grabbed messy and he fell in love with him

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We love this talking messy monster and would definitely recommend him. He’s lots of fun, cuddly and a perfect price. If your little one is a fan, they will love this. The perfect affordable Christmas present.

 

*We were sent a talking messy monster for the purposes of review but all words and opinions are my own.

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