Hola! Does your child love Pocoyo? Here are toys, games, DVDs and books that your little Pocoyo fan will love!
Pocoyo is an inquisitive and fun 3 year old boy who explores and discovers the world with his friends Elly the elephant, Pato the duck and Loula the dog. It is a ground breaking animated TV series, acclaimed as the most innovative TV show ever for toddlers. Narrated in the UK by Stephen Fry, it is all about learning through fun, laughter and enthusiasm.
A 4th series has been produced in 2017, which is available on Netflix and YouTube.
Pocoyo's official website is at Pocoyo.com, and it is packed with educational games, funny games and activities.
This 25cm tall Pocoyo Deluxe Soft Toy soft toy is extremely cuddly and Pocoyo's hat even has poseable earflaps. Suitable for all ages.
This cute figurine of Elly the Elephant is 7cm tall and is made from PVC-free plastic. You can also get similar models for Pocoyo, Loula, Sleepy Bird and Pato.
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This soft Pocoyo Sleepy Bird plush figure is perfect for bedtime. Press the buttons to activate special sounds, to make her beak light up and to play Sleepy Bird lullaby.
The Pocoyo - Bumper Fun! DVD features 26 episodes, sharing more fun-filled adventures with his friends Loula, Elly, Pato and Sleepy Bird. Join them and experience everything for the first time through the mind of a child.
There are over 30 Pocoyo books available including board books, storybooks, colouring books and lift-the-flap books
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If you know someone crafty you could get them to make this Sleepy Bird & Baby Bird from the crochet pattern which is available on Etsy.
Press Pocoyo's head and off he zooms with music coming from the Pocoyo Electronic Pedal Car. Press again and the music gets faster. When the car hits an obstacle, it stops, moves back and makes a U-turn!
Hello Pocoyo! is a game for Nintendo DS you cannot give direct orders but try to motivate and make characters interact with the objects and other characters - just like the narrator in the cartoons!
About the Author: Jacqui O'Brien is the Editor of eParenting.