If you have kids, you know about Peppa Pig. It’s a British pre-school animated series featuring a family of oinkers who go on bike rides, family outings, and play dates. And when something goes awry, you’ll hear one of them yell “Watch out!” or “Oh dear.” And of course, the show has launched a slew of swine-tastic toys.
Peppa Pig and her brother George, as well as their parents, live in houses and drive cars. But they also snort and make other cute (or annoying) sounds while speaking the Queen’s English.
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Kids the world over are nuts for Peppa Pig, and have began speaking in British accents. These are the best Peppa Pig toys.
Peppa Pig, George, and mummy and daddy can hang out at their home, which is 22 inches tall, has four floors, and 13 new accessories. When Peppa enters her house, the living room light goes on to greet her. Oh dear! And you can hear the Muddy Puddles song.
When Peppa Pig is not jumping into muddy puddles, she’s serving up tea. This princess castle has six rooms and when your kids are done playing, it folds away and has a carry handle so they can tote it around.
Peppa battles a dragon with this play set. It's a castle fort that's expandable with a carry handle. It opens and closes and contains all sorts of Peppa accessories. The set includes the Sir George articulated figure in his knight attire, plus a dragon and catapult accessories.
We love seeing Peppa’s brave and fearless side, as she battles a dragon in her very own fort. As we know, kids love forts. It’s a win-win.
This set, suitable for kids three and up, includes the firehouse, the fire engine, and firefighters Peppa and Mummy Pig.
Peppa Pig hits the books with this school play set, which includes Peppa, Zoe Zebra, and Madame Gazelle articulated figures, as well as desks and a chalkboard. Plus, it folds up for easy portability and storage.
It has enough room for four characters. If you press the trunk button, the car’s headlights turn on. And you hear phrases from the show. Suitable for ages two and up
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