Hands up who has a Bing fan in their house!
Since Evie has hit the toddler stage, Bing has fast become one of her favourite TV show characters. I am also a big fan of Bing, purely because the storyline in each episode is great for teaching toddlers little life lessons.
Round the corner and not far away, Bing is playing at Sula’s house today…
Recently Fisher-Price got in touch and asked us to review their new Bing playset, Sula’s house. Sula’s house comes complete with a slide, a bed, a toilet and two characters; Bing and Sula. The house is really in keeping with Sula’s house in the show and feels really durable.
In one of the episodes that we watched recently, Bing misses ‘catching the toilet train’ while playing hide and seek. He’s too excited playing and ends up having an accident on the floor.
Fisher-Price have come up with a play house that fits so nicely with this episode. The play house includes a little pop-out puddle, so that you can help to teach your child to ‘catch the toilet train’ in time. Watch our little video to find out more!
Sula’s House is perfect for expanding your child’s imagination, as well as teaching them important life lessons, such as learning to use the toilet and to share things with friends, such as slides.
The little addition of the puddle, is really suited to parents who are in the toilet training process like us. Evie also really enjoyed pretending the toilet was a potty and moving it from room to room, whenever one of the characters needed it.
I really loved watching Evie play with the Bing and Sula characters. Her imagination has really blossomed and she enjoyed making the characters talk to each other. She let each character take turns to go to bed and I was impressed by her letting them each have a turn on the slide. Using a playhouse like this is great for teaching your children how to share.
The little characters are the perfect size for toddlers to hold and Sula’s house is great for teaching toddlers to use their imagination and to create character interaction.
Collect Them All
Extra characters are sold separately, as are other play houses. So, if you have a true Bing fan on your hands, you can easily collect the whole set.
We were sent Amma and Sula in addition to Sula’s house, but Flop and Bing, Pando and Padget and Coco and Baby Charlie – are also available.
It must feel so magical for children, to get to play with characters they are so familiar with and love so much. Evie treats them like old friends and it’s been hard to separate her from her new Bing play set.
This would make the perfect addition for any toddlers Christmas list. Catching the toilet train… it’s a Bing thing.
If you loved this toy, be sure to check out our Bedtime Bing and Owly Nightlight review.
What do you think about the Bing Sula’s House Playset? Do you have a Bingster in your house? Let us know in the comments below.
*This product was sent to us for the purpose of this review. All opinions are honest and our own.