5 Minutes for Mom contributor Marya Mesa is here with a sponsored post from Saban to share some exciting Power Rangers news including how your child can receive a customized letter. All opinions are her own.
Power Rangers stop evil in its tracks! Walmart.com is the place to get all your Power Rangers Super Megaforce toys as well as your very own letter from a Power Ranger! Visit Walmart’s Power Ranger page to learn about the all new Power Rangers characters, and check out all the new Power Ranger movies, toys, t-shirts, and costumes!
We received a set of Power Rangers toys to review. This included:
Power Rangers Megazord: The supreme Zord warrior action figure
The Deluxe Legendary Morpher: Unlock the power of the keys with the Power Rangers Deluxe Legendary Morpher! As new villains arrive to threaten the safety of the earth, the Rangers call upon the powers and zords of all of the Rangers from the last 20 years to defeat evil and restore the planet. Insert any of the Ranger Keys into the Legendary Morpher to unlock light, sounds and watch the morpher reveal the Ranger symbol.
Legendary Key Pack: Unlock the power of the Power Rangers Super Megaforce battle gear and Zords with the Legendary Ranger Keys!
My son lit up when the package arrived. He absolutely loves the Power Rangers Deluxe Legendary Morpher and plays with it all the time!
Create Your Own Letter
Would your child love to have their very own CUSTOM letter from a Power Ranger?! It’s easy to generate a custom letter for your child. Just go to Walmart’s Power Ranger page to create and easily print out at home.
You can select from many options to customize your child’s letter. Here’s an example of what your letter might look like…
Written by 5 Minutes for Mom contributor Marya Mesa
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