Harmonise and sing with the new plush toys!


The Sing-a-ma-lings are a range of plush toys which are not only cute but are lots of fun too! They have a soft belly which when pressed, slowly or quickly, enables them to talk or sing, slowly or quickly!

Sing-a-ma-lingsThey sing, talk gibberish and harmonise together beautifully. Not only do they do that but their mouths move seamlessly and in time with the music. They have the cutest little mouths and whilst singing their teeth show too, which is really sweet!

There are a range of Sing-a-ma-lings which can be grouped together and then whilst singing they harmonise together. Each Sing-a-ma-ling has its own song and when pressing their button quickly you can hear them sing it in their wacky voices.


The different toys and their songs are:

  • Darcy sings “Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star”
  • Sawyer sings “Row, Row, Row your boat”
  • Noodle sings “On Top of Spaghetti”
  • Frankie sings “Oh, Where has my little dog gone”
  • Blush sings “Mary had a little lamb”
  • Bo sings “Clementine”

There are times when toys take you by susprise and the Sing-a-ma-lings are those kinds of toys.

We harmonised Sawyer and Frankie and it was such a giggle.  We couldn’t stop playing with them. If you press their tummy for longer then the note they are singing is longer.  So we were making them sing really long notes sometimes!

If you press their hand, it toggles between talking gibberish, to singing and harmonising.

Each Sing-a-ma-ling RRP is £9.99. They are aimed at 3-5 years, but my 7 year old is loving them!

We recommend these toys as they are a great size. They are soft and cuddly and well made. The children will get a good deal of playing from them.  After playing with them, we got into the car and caught ourselves all humming or singing “Row, Row, Row your boat”! The price is great, especially as there is an offer at Argos too. Each Sing-a-ma-ling comes with batteries supplied.


Disclosure: I was sent this product to provide an honest review. All opinions and views expressed are my own.

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