What is it
The Pitter Patter Pets Teeny Weeny Bunny is ready to play, snuggle and hop into your heart.
This cute bunny has soft fur that is perfect for stroking and snuggling. He loves being nurtured and looked after, so give him lots of attention to make him your best bunny pal.
The motorised bunny effects mean that the Teeny Weeny Bunny’s long ears will wiggle, his adorable nose will twitch and he’ll make cute, snuffling sound effects. He’ll even hop around the room with excitement when you play with him!
What our team of testers said
"Look, she wiggles her nose." - Boy aged 4
"Lets take hops outside to eat some grass." - Girl aged 4
- Great for imaginative play
- Develops empathy
- Promotes nurturing behaviours
What our experts think
The moving Teeny Weeny Bunny is great for developing nurturing behaviours and responsibility in children as they learn to look after their make-believe pet. Our testers were very excited to receive the bunny, watching it move about and wiggling its ears and nose. They gave it a name and also made a home for it using a cardboard box, adding food and water.
This kind of role-play is great as it helps children to recreate and make sense of real-life scenarios, which not only teaches them about the world but also benefits their personal, social and emotional development as they learn responsibility. The children were also able to recognise similar features between themselves and the rabbit, pointing out the eyes, nose, mouth and ears, which encouraged their sense of identity. As the ears of the rabbit were mechanical, we did find that it was better suited to more delicate play rather than being enthusiastically thrown about!
- RRP: £13.00
- Brands: Addo
- Key Features:
- Battery Operated
- Toy Types: Dolls, puppets & soft toys
- Types of skills developed: Animals & Sealife
Fine motor skills
Identity, awareness & belonging
Managing feelings & behaviour
Personal, social & emotional development
Physical & motor skills
Responsibility & commitment
Social awareness & empathy
Speech, language and communication skills
Understanding the world