Michelle of Honest & Truly!, a 5 Minutes for Mom contributor, shares her thoughts on Monsters University Scary Off Sulley from Spinmaster Toys in this sponsored post. She was compensated for this article.
When Monsters, Inc. came out, I didn’t have any children, but I watched and loved the movie, buying it on DVD once it was released and periodically rewatching it. I loved introducing it to the wee ones once they were old enough, and this summer we got to see the next installement Monsters University. Not surprisingly, they adored it, too. They keep talking about when we’ll buy the new movie so we can watch it anytime, which makes me fairly confident that they’d welcome some of the toys from the movie like Scare Off Sulley from Spinmaster Toys.
Whenever we’ve found a movie they wee ones truly love, I’ve found that they also love making their own versions of the movie and playing with the licensed merchandise from the movie. Those are the toys that have staying power that they keep going back to week after week. The fact that Scare Off Sulley is interactive only makes him that much more fun to play with.
The plush Sulley is 15 inches tall, and he has two interactive play modes to keep kids entertained, the buddy mode and the scare mode. In the scare mode, if you scream loudly enough, Sulley will fall over backwards in fright. You can also squeeze his foot to hear phrases from the movie in the original voice. He has 45 phrases to share to help kids recreate some of their favorite scenes from the movie.
Sulley is meant to be scary and is aimed at children 3 and up. I would not recommend having younger children play with Sulley, as he might be too intense for them. The interactive plush toy takes 2 AA batteries that are included.
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Michelle may never stop running around Chicagoland, but she always makes time for the important things in her life – her wee ones, cooking, reading, and spending time with friends – and of course, writing. You can see what she’s up to on her blog Honest & Truly! or on Twitter where she tweets as @HonestAndTruly.