|Product Dimensions||34 x 26 x 9 cm; 160 Grams|
|Number of pieces||1|
Toyland® 9" ( 23cm) Red & Black Colour Worry Monster Plush Soft Toy - Loves Eating Your Worries
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About this item
- Feed your troubles to the worry monster so they are no longer your troubles.
- This fantastic soft toys eats and zips away the young troubles and fear your little one is facing. This is a great tool for anxiety relief.
- Simply get ask your child to write down what their worries are and feed them inside the worry monster to zip them away for good!
- Please note this listing is for the red and black coloured worry monster.
- You will receive one.
Feed your troubles to the worry monster so they are no longer your troubles. This fantastic soft toys eats and zips away the young troubles and fear your little one is facing. This is a great tool for anxiety relief. Simply get ask your child to write down what their worries are and feed them inside the worry monster to zip them away for good! Please note this listing is for the red and black coloured worry monster. You will receive one.
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Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 24 May 2022
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Nice zip across its mouth which works smoothly, nice deep tummy to swolle all the worries over our current Covid situation etch , bought 1 for his sister too . Would recommend.
By Amazon Customer on 24 May 2022
Using the worry monster has been a great ritual to assure the child and also to get a glimpse into where issues may be coming from.
In an age where Child mental health services are scarce, oversubscribed, underfunded and often offered too late or after a years long wait, this has worked as a tentative first step into helping the family in the meantime.