Big wheels and big sounds make our new toy a hit with Ethan. Since Ethan is also a fan of Blaze and the Monster Machines™, having his own muddy Blaze means all new story-lines have been added to playtime.
Blaze and the Monster Machines™
In every episode, Blaze and the Monster Machines race into high-octane adventures that explore Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM). Along with his 8-year old techie driver AJ, Blaze races around Axle City solving problems involving STEM concepts. Blaze’s rival Crusher is usually the source of the mischief, as he causes all sorts of problems to try beat the other machines to the finish line.
To add to the fun, visit the Nick Jr website to watch latest episodes, print colouring pages and play fun interactive games.
Talking Mud Fest Blaze
Talking Mud Fest Blaze is designed to look like Blaze has been doing doughnuts on a muddy track. Besides being fun to ramp through puddles, the Talking Mud Fest Blaze teaches the STEM concept of sound waves. When Talking Mud Fest Blaze talks, his words turn into a sound wave that moves through the air to carry the sound to your ear!
- Press Talking Mud Fest Blaze’s hood for 25+ phrases and action sounds
- Ages 3+
- Includes 2 AA batteries
Gabby Vehicle Collectible
Included in the Blaze and the Monster Machines™ range are mini collectibles including Grasshopper Zeg, Crab Truck, Skunk Truck, Alligator Truck, Slop and Ant Blaze. These are small collectibles, which do have benefits as they are travel sized and need no batteries.
The size though was an issue with the kids, as bigger is better when it comes to monster trucks. Compared to Talking Mud Fest Blaze, Gabby was smaller than they would have liked. Between the two, Blaze definitely finished the winning line first!
Find Blaze and his Monster Machine friends at your local toy retailer. Talking Mud Fest Blaze has a RRP of R399.99. Grasshopper Zeg has a RRP of R289.99 (correct as at April 2018).
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