I’m always looking for fun and different things to stick in my children’s stockings. Something that they might not expect; but something small. Shoulder Buddies fit right in with that goal. They are cute and completely silly, which is exactly what speaks directly to a five and seven year old (at least in my house).
Hello Kitty Shoulder Pal
Shoulder Buddies are three-inch collectible characters kids can wear on their shoulders to interact with as if a friend is sitting right there. Now kids can learn more about Shoulder Buddies characters with the Shoulder Buddies Book & Buddy Combo. This set comes with a Shoulder Buddy of either Breezee or Biffle, a magnetic coin, a Smarts collector card, and the book Breezee & Biffle’s Journey to the School of Smarts. In the 26-page book, written by Jeaneen Muller & Joyce Dohm, readers travel to The Land of Understand where Breezee and Biffle live. They plan to go to the School of Smarts and earn their Fluffles so they can fly. The two Shoulder Buddies help each other discover which Smart is right for them.
Shoulder buddies are magnetically attached to the shirt of whomever is wearing it, by placing a small metal disc on the inside of the shirt. The things are surprisingly sturdy. It survived some bouncing around by the littles.
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What do you Shoulder Buddies do for your kids?
Shoulder Buddies are intended to be more than just cute little characters for kids to wear around on their shoulders. As kids collect and play with Shoulder Buddies, they are introduced to a range of important life lessons, from friendship to fire safety. Even more of those life lessons are introduced in Breezee & Biffle’s Journey to the School of Smarts. Kids will enjoy reading the story and playing it out with the Breezee and Biffle Shoulder Buddies.
Should Buddies are a fun little collectible for kids. They were a hit with mine, so I’m sure they will be a hit in yours! You can get Shoulder Buddies online at ShoulderBuddies.com
for $5.99. Shoulder Buddies are also sold in retail stores
across the United States. The Shoulder Buddies website also has videos and games so kids can use those to interact with their buddies and help expand their imagination while playing with them. And just in case anyone is interested Shoulder Buddies are also available for fundraising purposes
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