Playing With our New Ubooly {Review} @Ubooly #AdoptUbooly

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My kids are constantly fighting over our iPad and have since forgotten about our iPod, until now.  With the addition of Ubooly to our house, now they can’t get enough of our iPod Touch.  Ubooly is a plush little guy (ours is named “Tic Tac Toe”) that you zip your iPod Touch in and interact with the screen.  The screen of your iPod shows Ubooly’s face and my kids laugh hysterically with his expressions!

Features:

  • Over 50 interactive adventures
  • 30 stories about fun creatures
  • More than 90 jokes
  • Special stories and events activated by date, time, seasons and holidays
  • Unique learning activities to get kids moving and engaged
  • Regular updates over WiFi
  • Also, a app that alone has mini-games

Ubooly is super easy for my kids to use and they figured it out immediately.  I think they love to throw Ubooly in the air the most, yes there is a surprise if you do!  I think the stories are cute and my 4 year old actually sits and listens to them with no problem.  You can also play with your Ubooly by saying “Play a Game.”  He will prompt your child or you can tap the screen to change activities or put your Ubooly to sleep.

Ubooly did have some trouble understanding my little guy but actually it is helping him pronounce his words better so it is helping him with that too!  I think we just need to practice saying the right phrases and close enough that Ubooly can hear us through all his fur.  I cannot believe though how much my 5 year old played with him though, he carried him around and actually sat and listened to Ubooly’s stories and jokes!   

You can also play the Ubooly app independently but my kids are kinda young for that and don’t get the app as much as they do when its inside Ubooly.  I actually can’t think of anything like Ubooly other than the old Teddy Ruxpin or Furby but the great thing about the Ubooly is that is will be updated automatically!  No cartridges to buy or additional software, it updates on its own and keeps my kids entertained.  It also protects my iPod Touch with Ubooly’s plush exterior.

Overall, our Ubooly “Tic Tac Toe” is now a member of our family.  My iPod Touch rarely leaves him anymore and I am totally fine with that.  I don’t have to worry about it breaking or my kids hearing anything inappropriate from Ubooly.  I highly recommend Ubooly for any parent looking for something different for their kids but still techie!

Here is a quick video of some of what Ubooly does:

WIN IT:  (1) US winner will receive one Ubooly toy and the Ubooly app, which updates every month with new activities automatically over WiFi

(Only works currently with iPhone 3GS, 4, 4S, or an iPod touch 4th and 5th gen.)

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GIVEAWAY ENTRY:

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Moms are some of the most savvy mobile users and so are their kids. Ubooly is a toy designed for this new high-tech generation. While learning and sharing new content every week, Ubooly is the only toy that grows with your child. It encourages listening skills, and a break from high-energy / high-stimulation play. Through stories & interactive games, Ubooly’s curiosity is sure to awaken the creativity within your child’s imagination.

Ubooly is the hot toy of the season, it’s new to the scene and is on track to sell out this winter! Free updates through Wi-Fi creates ongoing entertainment for kids.

Click here to adopt your own Ubooly and get FREE SHIPPING now!

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Ubooly. The opinions and text are all mine.

Mom and More Disclosure: I was sent this product to review in exchange for my honest opinion. Please see my Disclosure Policy.

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  1. Christian Alejandro N. says:

    Probably the stories!

  2. Richard Hicks says:

    would like the jokes

    brich22 at earthlink dot net

  3. Since I have 2 very goofy neices I’d say jokes and games.Thank you for the fun giveaway! 🙂

  4. Gretchen Gerth says:

    My grandson would love the stories, my granddaughter the jokes.

  5. I think my son would like the games!

  6. Allie Dole says:

    My daughter will love the stories!

  7. KATHY DALTON says:

    i believe that my grandchildren would love the stories the most

  8. my little guy would love the games

  9. Stephanie Larison says:

    The games, I think!

  10. My grandson would probably like the jokes best, knowing him!

  11. Jokes I think.

  12. I DONT HAVE ANY YOUNG HILDREN…I WILL DONATE TO A CHILDRENS CHARITY

  13. I think the kid will like the fact that it is small, furry, makes noise and light up,

  14. sandra davis says:

    the stories

  15. Tonya Dean says:

    Mostly games

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  16. Sharon Kaminski says:

    storiesi think would be best

  17. natalie rose machowski says:

    My little brother would love to hear the stories

  18. wendy rozema says:

    my son will Love the jokes!

  19. bernadette c says:

    the boys would love the jokes im sure

  20. oh, jokes would be funny
    Thank you for hosting this giveaway

    Louis
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  21. Ann Fantom says:

    My daughter would like Ubooly’s stories the most

  22. Donna Marie says:

    My kids will love the stories

  23. I think the jokes and games will be hits!

  24. My daughter would like stories; my son would like games.

  25. renee walters says:

    I think my son would like the stories the most!

  26. renee walters says:

    I think my son would like the stories the most! Thanks for the great giveaway and happy holidays!

  27. They would like the stories and games.
    Thanks for the chance!

  28. Linda Stewart says:

    Definitely the games. Personally I will like the story feature. Maybe then I can finish dinner without having to stop and read a book 🙂

  29. Karen Medlin says:

    sThe Tell me a story would be their favorite

  30. Brooke Adametz says:

    I can’t decide whether my two would like the jokes or games better! Cool toy!

  31. My grandson would best like the games.
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  32. Jennifer Donohue says:

    I think my son would enjoy the stories!

  33. Jennifer M says:

    my son would like the jokes best!

  34. the stories

  35. that would be a hard choice but I think maybe the games

  36. I think my niece would like the jokes best

  37. Carrie Phelps says:

    My grandsons would like games.

  38. I think she would like the stories the best!

  39. they’d like the games!
    annae07 at aol dot com

  40. Lisa Garrett says:

    Games!

  41. I’d love to hear the jokes and facts, thanks!

  42. I love the stories!

  43. I think my grandson would like the stories!

  44. Connie Gruning says:

    My little ones would go nuts over the jokes!!

  45. We would so love to hear the stories!

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