*Thank you, Hasbro & My Little Pony, for sending me a sample, free of charge in exchange for my honest review*
My Little Pony is a part of the Hasbro name. Hasbro was founded in 1923 and has been fulfilling the fundamental need for play for kids and families with fun toys that kids know and recognize. Along with my Little Pony, Hasbro also puts out toys from Transformers, Monopoly, Play-Doh and more. My Little Pony started as plastic pony toys around 1983 and have grown into many toys, dolls, movies, stuffed animals, and the list can go on and on.
My girls are a huge My Little Pony fans. They have 4 of their movies and could watch them all day. When we had the chance to work with Hasbro and My Little Pony they squealed with delight. Aubreigh’s favorite pony is Rainbow Dash, so when she found out we were reviewing the My Little Pony Flip and Whirl Rainbow Dash she waited on the mail man. The Rainbow Dash Flip and Whirl is a really cool toy. First, it comes with a bunch of stickers, that you can rub on Rainbow Dash and decorate how ever kids want too. Second, you can also press her button and she talks to you. Aubreigh loved hearing her talk. Third, you sit her down on her butt and.. she flips!!! It took us a few tries to finally figure it out and get her flipping right, but after that she flipped away. Aubreigh has literally played with her night and day since we got her, she even sleeps in the bed with her. Rainbow Dash Flip and Whirl is recommended for ages 5 and up, but my almost 4 year old played with her, drug her around, pushed hard on her to set her down, and Rainbow Dash stood up to it. She is really well made.
Check out Rainbow Dash in action!
If you have a My Little Pony fan in your house, they will love the Flip and Whirl Rainbow Dash. She is available for purchase for $19.99 and can be found online at the Hasbro Toy Shop and most retail stores. Check out My Little pony online, for tons of games that they will love.
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