Tote-Along Monsters Harvey Review (Fisher-Price)

Tote-Along Monsters Harvey
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What It Is

Tote-Along Monsters from Fisher-Price include Harvey, Stewart, and Dottie. The 4.5-inch plastic monsters were designed for babies to stimulate senses. Each brightly colored toy has fun features, and different textures for baby to explore, and play with. They're small enough for bringing on-the-go in a stroller, carseat, or diaper bag. Harvey is two-sided with a head that spins, and clicks, a roller ball belly, and ribbons to grasp on his head. Dottie has striped wings, a dial on her head that spins her eyes, and a furry tummy. Push Stewart's head to hear a squeaker sound, and see his textured arms move up and down. The cute toys introduce little ones to cause and effect, and offer a fun way to help develop fine motor skills, dexterity, and hand-eye coordination. Each is sold separately. 

Is It Fun?

These small sensory toys are a great way to stimulate baby's senses without too many bells and whistles. They're cute to look at, and a great small size for travel. Parents can easily put them in a baby's stroller, or carseat, or in a diaper bag. The toys introduce baby to cause and effect, and offer a fun way to help develop fine motor skills, dexterity, and hand-eye coordination.

Who It’s For

Tote-Along Monsters from Fisher-Price were designed for babies 6 months old and up. They are fun for playing at home or when traveling. 

What To Be Aware Of

There are three monsters available in the line, and each is sold separately. Parents can choose from Harvey, Stewart, and Dottie or collect them all. At 4.5-inches, they are a great size for bringing on-the-go.

AT A GLANCE:
  • Fun

  • Repeat Play

  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy