The Bottom Line
- Quirky, unusual toys are like no other.
- They harmonize together when you play with two or more.
- Each character has its own voice, its own song and its own personality.
- They can be played with alone or in a group.
- They turn themselves off after a few seconds to save batteries.
- Can be difficult for small kids to squeeze.
- Modes can be a bit confusing at first.
- Songs like "When the Saints Go Marching In" might not be familiar to kids.
- There is no volume control button.
- Sing-A-Ma-Jigs sing when kids squeeze them.
- Each sings a different song or they can harmonize together.
- They sound like a sweet little chorus when you play with all four.
- They are sold separately but you'll want to buy at least two.
- They have funny faces and tiny teeth in their mouths.
Guide Review - Sing-A-Ma-Jigs - Singing, Harmonizing Toys Are So Much Fun!
Sing-A-Ma-Jigs are unique, singing toys that harmonize when you play with two or more. They sing different notes but they're all tuned so they sound good together. They're sold separately so each is fun on its own, but the real fun starts when you add to the chorus.
Unlike any other singing toy I've seen, Sing-A-Ma-Jigs have a unique look, unique sound and unique functionality when you play with them together.
They come in four colors and each has its own personality and signature song. One sings, "Home on the Range" while another sings, "Skip to my Lou." The third sings, "When the Saints Go Marching In" and the fourth sings, "Where Oh Where Has My Little Dog Gone." These songs aren't as familiar to small kids as, say "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star" or "Old MacDonald," but they'll get the hang of playing them, one note at a time, rather quickly.
I think Sing-A-Ma-Jigs are a must-have toy and I think children will really enjoy them.