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Sesame Street Talking ABC Elmo Figure

Exploring the alphabet is so much fun with Talking ABC Elmo! Just press his tummy for fun phrases or to hear him sing the alphabet song! Sesame Street and associated characters, trademarks and design elements are owned and licensed by Sesame Workshop.

Product Features

  • High quality toys for children all ages
  • Made using safe materials
  • Tested for quality and durability
  • Age Range: 18 months to 4 years
  • Cuddly Talking ABC Elmo figure
  • Figure talks
  • Sings an alphabet song
  • Includes figure

Reblogged 12 months ago from www.amazon.com

Comments

Anonymous says:

The doll itself is great. Really soft and cute – but the technology … The doll itself is great. Really soft and cute – but the technology is really outdated here. For $20 dollars, you get ONE SONG. On top of that, the song is modified from the original version, meaning younger kids are confused at the end. If you are going to offer only once choice, at least make it one the is universally recognized instead of this drivel. I just bought a play cell phone which has 24 different sounds and songs, lights up and vibrates for $15 dollars. $20 dollars for a 1…

Anonymous says:

Well loved by a raving Elmo fan Our toddler developed a fascination for Elmo (aka “Melmo”), despite having never seen Sesame Street. Kudos to you, Sesame Street marketing team. Anyway, we picked up this doll as a distraction for an upcoming trip, hoping it would buy us some time on the plane. She was great and we didn’t have to bust it out until the return trip, at which point her eyes lit up and she gave Elmo a big hug. At least 5 or 10 minutes of play time ensued and more importantly – meltdown averted! Elmo has…

Anonymous says:

My son loves him I was looking for Elmo that talks and is not too annoying. This would be the one. It is soft and sings the ABC’s. Although, I don’t like the ABC song he says “singing the alphabet is so much fun” instead of the traditional “now I know my ABC’s next time won’t you sing with me”. So, the star is off for that. The voice box can be removed so you can allow your child to play with it without it talking. Or put him in a pillowcase to wash him after he decides to jump in the flour and…

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