Have Fun Unwrapping LOL Surprise Dolls
LOL Surprise Dolls were a big hit in 2017. The original series came out early in 2017 with a second series out in the summer. New For Christmas was LOL Big Surprise which contains 50 unwrapping dolls. Expect to see Series 3 containing pets in 2018. Also available is a glitter limited edition set.
Below is one of the second series of dolls which was one of the Dream Toys 2017.
What’s Inside The Layers?
Inside each of the seven layers there is a new surprise (a sticker, charm, clothing, shoes, accessories etc) which hint at the doll you will get.
According to one Amazon reviewer (posted 14/2/17 and sourced 27/4/17) LOL Surprise Dolls are a “Great little toy”. The same reviewer went on to say that they are “A little expensive for what it is but good fun to open and the kids loved them. Fun to find out what they do. So far we have one that cries and one that changes colour. I’m sure I’ll end up buying more. The pieces are very small but its good they all fit in the purse it makes with the ball.”
The LOL surprise dolls have featured on our page about Toy Crazes.
LOL Surprise Book
LOL Fizz Factory
Some people suggest that collectible toys help children develop lifelong skills including social skills. And it helps them be more organised as they manage their collections. They also learn important skills like perseverance as they have to hunt to find what they need.
As reported by Yahoo, according to the British Toy and Hobby Association, one in every four toys sold in the UK in 2016 was a collectible. Furthermore LOL Surprises combines the collectible toy with the surprise unwrapping toy – the best of both worlds.
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