Paw Patrol Treat Time Marshall Review (VTech)

Paw Patrol Treat Time Marshall
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What It Is
Feed Marshall pup treats and learn about letters, phonics, objects, and more with Paw Patrol Treat Time Marshall. This toy Marshall comes with 26 letter pup treats that can be stored inside the toy. Take them out, turn on Marshall, and play in one of four modes. No matter which mode you choose, Marshall's eyes and ears will move as Marshall plays more than 250 phrases, sounds, and melodies. To change between the modes, slide the bone on Marshall's pup pack. In Letter mode, feed Marshall a pup treat to hear what the letter is and the sound the letter makes. In Word mode, feed Marshall pup treats to hear him talk about the objects on the pup treats, beginning letters, and letter order. Help Marshall find different letters, objects, and colors in Search & Rescue mode. Marshall will even ask kids to find the first letter of their name, and once they feed that pup treat to Marshall, the toy will remember it. And in Music mode, feeding Marshall a pup treat will activate a song. At any time, press Marshall's badge button to hear Marshall's catchphrases and see the light flash with the sounds.
Is It Fun?
This toy brings the character of Marshall to life for Paw Patrol fans. They'll like hearing familiar phrases from the show as well as interacting with Marshall as they find letters and feed him. This is a cute and interactive way to help preschoolers with letters, colors, and vocabulary. It will also engage preschoolers in lots of Paw Patrol roleplay as they pretend to go on rescue missions with this toy Marshall. 
Who It’s For

Treat Time Marshall is for Paw Patrol fans ages 2–5. It offers a fun way for kids to interact with a favorite Paw Patrol character. Kids will, of course, like feeding the treats to Marshall, but they'll also like roleplaying different Paw Patrol rescue missions with this toy Marshall. 

What To Be Aware Of

Treat Time Marshall comes with three AA batteries for the in-store try-me features, and we recommend replacing them before you play for best results.

It's sometimes difficult to understand what letter Marshall is asking for in Search & Rescue mode. For instance, “Z” and “V” sounded the same, as did “B” and “D”.

The toy has two volume modes.

AT A GLANCE:
  • Fun

  • Repeat Play

  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy


    3 AA batteries required