My Little World: Review
Recently we were sent out this fab My Little World kit to review. Leah just loves drawing and colouring and one day has aspirations to be an artist. She adores seeing her creations come to their final stage and enjoying the finished product. So with that in mind, I couldn’t resist passing the chance to review one of these sets.
How It Works
My Little World was created to bring your child’s imagination and creativity to life with wonderfully created sets available for children aged 3+.
Each set contains a number of buildings, and a wide arrange of characters. All your child has to do is simply colour them all in, cut them out and begin playing.
One thing I particularly love about these sets is the economically friendly aspects of them. Apart from the small plastic clips for holding the buildings up everything else is made from responsibly sourced paper and cardboard. All of it can be recycled!
There are 6 sets to choose from, Village High Street, Space Station Foxtrot, Fairy Village, Emergency Services, Airport and Christmas time.
For our review, I chose for Leah to try out the Fairy Village Kit as some of her favourite things at the moment are fairies and unicorns and this set contains both!
Included in our kit was;
- 7 Buildings
- 15 Fairies
- 3 Wizards and Unicorns
- A Pack Of 12 Colouring Pencils
- 5 Building Clips
We took Leah’s kit for an evening out at a friends house to keep her entertained and that’s exactly what it did, as well as some of the grown-ups being unable to resist picking up a pencil too!
A lot of thought really has gone into the creation of these sets, each building in the set has its own name and is designed for a specific character and each character has its own name and personality.
For example, above Leah is cutting out Tulip’s Mushroom House and below is Tulip the Fairy who is the assistant of Titania, Queen of the Fairies. Alongside them are Beatrice and Bea the sister working bee’s.
Other buildings in the set include The Elf and Pixie House, Una and Dobbin’s Mushroom house and the Fairy Disco. As well as characters such as Oberon the King of Fairies and his faithful servant Puck, Wendell the Wizard, Ed The Elf, Pixies Frank and Joey and The Dog Fairies.
There is so much to learn about the characters of these sets as well as colouring and playing with them. A fantastic way to build a child’s imagination!
As you can tell Leah hasn’t quite finished this set, but what I do really like about it is that regardless if your child has finished colouring it all in or not they can still play with it. We have cut all the bits out and Leah has enjoyed a good play session with it and chosen to complete the colouring at a later time.
These sets are just perfect for any occasion, either travelling, holidaying or just enjoying at home. We plan to get another set when this one is fully completed for our family holiday in August. It’s a great way to keep a child entertained for a similar price as a magazine, £4.99.
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** We were gifted with a Fairy Village Set for free from My Little World to test and review, all words and opinions are my own. This post may contain affiliate links which means if you purchase something via my blog I will receive a small commission. All words and opinions are my own.