Have you heard of Master Moves Mickey? I hadn't until a couple of weeks ago when a friend of mine reviewed one with her little boy. All my kids loved watching Little J as he tried to copy Mickey and take on the windmill move. That would be quite something if a 5 year old could manage to stay up on one hand and move his legs round and round, but it did not matter if he could not do it perfectly the point is that Little J had great fun copying the moves.
When I saw that you can film your kids dancing with Mickey or mimicking his moves and upload them to http://unr.ly/SZU5G0 I thought that was a great idea. Kids love to watch themselves back. I might just have to ask Santa if he can deliver one to the kids so I can have some entertainment watching them all dance round the front room. All my lot love to prance around, so a little friend to encourage them can only be a good thing and of course it is so good for them to be active.
If you do decide to film them and upload the video, you can fill out the simple entry form and your child will be entered into the competition and in with a chance to win £1000 cash and a bundle of Mickey Mouse Clubhouse toys. There will also be 10 runners up winning a £100 toy bundle each. This competition will close on 31 December 2012, so all those Christmas presents can be used for entry.
Master Moves Mickey is known as M3 for short and just check out his cool little dance outfit. He can proudly show you 15 different dance moves including the mouska mix, insane handstand and spin cycle, he performs these to 8 original (and I'm told catchy) songs and has quite a few little catchphrases too. He is suitable for children aged 2 and above and retails for around £69.99.
Take a peek at this video and see some kids in action with Master Moves Mickey. I know they say it is suitable for aged 2 plus but my favourite on here is the little baby in a bumbo seat whose face just lights up!
I am sure this will make a super gift for some lucky little children this Christmas. If you want to stay ahead of the game and find out what toys are hot then why don't you like the Mattel Facebook page and follow them on twitter.