Thursday, December 20, 2012

Promise Monsters Review

Are you still looking for Christmas gifts?  Need a gift idea or stocking stuffer.  Do you have a hard time teaching your kids abut good deeds?  Or have you started teaching your kids about kindness to others?  Here is a unique idea:

Promise Monsters, aadorable new line of plush toys that helps kids spread cheer this holiday season and year round.  The high-quality, hand-sewn plush monsters each come with kind “Monster Missions” for kids to complete, such as sneakily leaving nice notes on your neighbor’s doorstep or saying something nice to every person they encounter for a whole day. Complete the deed, and points are earned that can be redeemed online for toy accessories, more missions and even charitable donations.

Inspiration for the cuddly characters came from a simple drawing by co-founder and company president Michael Bogan’s son, and evolved into an exciting way to do good deeds and earn rewards. There are three different monsters ($29.95)–Frank, Squiggly and Spike–and three smaller Smarshmallows ($9.95) in multiple colors. You can purchase the toys online or at select independent toy retailers. Right now, shipping is free!

Spike $29.95

One of our original Promise Monsters, Spike is made with super-soft and fuzzy materials, and has posable arms, a bonus pairs of socks, and the cutest little feet and tail you've ever seen. He's tough and mean and all yours.

My thoughts-Spike, the promise monster is soft and cuddly.  He may look mean, and tough but he is so the opposite.  I like that he came with a mission, like all promise monsters do.  These monsters help teach smaller children good deeds, kindness, and and it rewards them too.

***Disclosure-Sample product was received to review.  Any and all opinions expressed are my own, honest opinions.

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