Rainbow Designs has unveiled a new Sensory Miffy education stuffed animal toy. It will feature several interactive functions specially made for preschoolers.
The toy was unveiled during the 2016 London ToyFair this past week, ToyNews reports. It is created for preschoolers and it is based on the Tiny Pop TV series Miffy’s Adventures Big and Small.
The cute stuffed animal features several different interactive options. There are hidden buttons in the paws of the stuffed rabbit, the ear, tummy, head and mouth. When pressed, each one will activate different sounds. For example, the toy will say that you’ve just touched its foot or arm.
This will help very young children to learn the basics of the body. Sensory Miffy will also be able to play and sing the tune from the TV series. This is activated with a button on her dress. This is something to simply have fun.
Sensory Miffy has developed a decent following. So, Rainbow Designs plans to release several other different Miffy toys throughout the year. More details will be announced as the release of the new toys nears.
For now, the company is focused on the educational stuffed animal of Sensory Miffy. “Sensory Miffy is a fantastic pre-school product which plays to two strengths: Miffy’s enduring appeal as a pre-school character and the popularity of Tiny Pop’s Miffy series. We’re delighted to be launching Sensory Miffy at this year’s Toy Fair and we’re confident that retailers, parents and children alike will love this innovative and educational toy”, Anthony Temple, MD of Rainbow Designs, says.