Moji Pops burst into our lives a couple of weeks ago. They’re the newest cool kids’ collectable on the market and they’re set to take the playground by storm!
We were sent some Moji Pops so my four-year-old (who is a huge fan of kids’ collectables) could test them out and help me with this review.
Moji Pops Review
Our bundle included:
- ‘I Like’ Playsets x2
- Glitter Surprise
- Blind bags x10
- Story Playsets x4
Moji Pops Story Playsets
Each story playset has one story and two Moji Pops inside.
Greg really enjoyed unpacking these to see what the story scene inside would be and which Moji Pops he would get.
This one showed that this story was about ice cream and the one with the sad face had dropped hers.
I thought it was really good how these little collectable play sets encourage conversation with your kids. Greg and I looked at the picture and the facial expressions of the Moji Pops and had a conversation about what we thought was happening, how the orange one feels and why that might be. It’s great when toys help children understand emotions.
Moji Pops Glitter Surprise
This play set includes six Moji Pops and two concealed glitter surprise Moji Pops that you can’t see until you open the packet!
The blind bag element of the hidden glitter Moji Pops are what Greg liked best with this set. He also really liked the character range included in the packet.
I Like Ice Cream Play Set
Greg’s a big fan of ice cream play sets, so this one went down a treat!
It includes two Moji Pops, an ice cream shop front, an ice cream moped, a table, two chairs, a parasol and two ice creams, what’s not to love?
Moji Pops I Like Party
This play set depicts a party scene, with cake, presents, a picnic bench with seats, a bouncy slide, DJ set up and two Moji Pops who have very happy faces. Greg also enjoyed playing with this set because he’s been to a few birthday parties now and loves to pretend!
Moji Pops Blind Bags
Greg is obsessed with blind bags so these were extremely popular – lots of excitement accompanied the unwrapping of these blind bags!
There are loads of Moji Pops to collect and each one has a changeable face that depicts a different emotion. This red one is sad/angry and….
Happy with his tongue out too!
You can also swap faces between the Moji Pops!
I think Moji Pops are a great toy to help children talk about and understnd emotions. They’re affordable on a pocket money wage as blind bags but also make a great gift if you were to buy one of the play sets.
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