I was shopping for some stocking stuffer the other day and I cam across the best little product. Super impulse makes this great line of toys called World’s Smallest. They have taken some great classic toys and made tiny versions of them. They have an entire line of classic toys and the best part is that they are all functioning working models. Even the Etch A Sketch works!! I tried out four of them and we are in love with them.
World’s Smallest Perplexus is just like the original version. You have a jumble of mazes inside the plastic ball. Twist and turn the ball to get the metal washer through the mazes. It’s a lot of fun. My daughter loves mental challenges and puzzles, they are great for keeping her occupied when we are at restaurants or events as well. They make a great item to put in a stocking and since it is a World’s Smallest they fit perfectly!
World’s Smallest DoodleTop is the coolest. I loved my DoodleTop when I was a kid and I loved this one too. It may not make it to the kid’s stockings cause it is so much fun to leave on my desk to play with when I get bored. It works and is so much fun to play with!
World’s Smallest Etch A Sketch is so cute. It’s teeny tiny but it completely works! Just like a regular Etch A Sketch, draw a message or design and then shake to restart. It’s adorable and the perfect size for a stocking stuffer.
World’s Smallest Sock Monkey is so cute. I love sock monkeys and so to my kiddos and this mini version is just to cute. My teenager is in love with this and has attached it to her backpack to carry around with her. They are a great addition to any stocking.
World’s Smallest has an entire line of toys, this is just a small selection. They make great gifts or as I mentioned stocking stuffers. Other toys in the line include Duncan yo-yo, Fisher Price chatter phone, Fisher Price Rock-A-Stack, little green army men, Rubik’s cube (yes it works), and more.
You can see the entire line and learn where to purchase by visiting Super impulse Website.
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