Rated 5 out of 5Â by GNE2 Wonderful item for a boy!
Although this could be an item for a girl or boy the Melissa & Doug "Joey" magnetic dress up figure sure was a hit with my grandson who is 4 years old. He also has the "Jack" magnetic figure. "Joey" dresses is fireman, policeman, construction etc. and "Jack" dresses is sports outfits like baseball, hockey, basketball etc. It is so much fun to play with and really helps him co-ordinate outfits and be silly and mix and match. This is a nice small toy that comes boxed to keep parts together. It fits nicely on the shelf too. I'd recommend it for hours of fun.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by best aunt ever got this for brothers kids---love it!!!
He loved this. I gave it to him before I gave his sister the princess and the ballerina. His sister loved hers but he loved them all. He put the dresses on the girls and loved matching the shoes with the dresses. Or the boots with the pants. I think he loved the girls one better because there was much more ways to dress them up - the gloves shoes hats crowns etc. His little brother chewed on one of the pieces and it started to fade but oh well. If the boys had more accessories, hammers, flags, flashlights etc---that would be great!!!
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Collegeville mom One of a Kind!!!!
This is a great looking, sturdy, fun toy! I have found no other BOY "dress up puzzles" like this one. The boy's face is so happy and all the dress up clothes are brightly colored and detailed. I think the kids have to know a little bit about community helpers to put the outfits together correctly. This is actually a good tool to use to teach about the comminuty helpers. I really love this toy!! and so do my son and my older daughters! (I only wish it had a lid after opening to keep everything together.)
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Megan My daughter loves it!
This is so much better than the paperdolls I played with! My daughter loves to make "her man" into all the different people. We also have the ballerina, so she likes to put some of these outfits on the girl and the ballet outfits on Joey. While her daddy doesn't love having the man in a tutu (it's very funny actually), my daughter is learning all about being whatever it is that you dream of doing. It's been one of her favorite toys of Christmas and I don't see it going anywhere soon.