B is for Blippi!

Chances are if you have a kid under 10, you’ve seen one or 1,000 of Blippi’s bopping videos on YouTube. Kids love his fun lessons on a range of topics from how tractors work to future professions that they can have. Now there’s a whole line of toys from Jazwares so kids can explore the world off screen!

The anticipation of unboxing videos meets Blippi’s edutaining fun with the Blippi Ball Pit Surprise. Kids unwrap one of four colored balls to discover a unique Blippi figure and a letter-adorned block.

Kids can collect up to 12 figures — each one inspired by an episode of Blippi’s show! Kids can match letters to words with the learning cards inside. The cards match the Blippi figure to make the words really stick in their heads! For example, “M is for Milk” accompanies Blippi with a milk mustache and moveable milk carton.

Each of the toys can easily return to the Blippi-icon-covered balls after playtime. Kids can also use the balls to create a mini ball pit for a whole different adventure!

Other Blip-tastic toys in the line include My Buddy Blippi, a 16-inch plush; the Be Like Blippi role-play kit; and the mini vehicles which are available as a Blippi Mobile, firetruck, garbage truck, and excavator. 

The Blippi Learning Colors and Learning Numbers sets offer even more fun surprises. Each one includes nine boxes that when kids open up they learn about something new!

In Learning Colors, each of the boxes has a different colored surprise inside. Open up number nine for a white polar bear figure or number five for pink flower stickers! Parents can join in on the fun with kids by helping them count the numbers and name the colors.

The fun — and education — never stops with Blippi! Parents can feel good knowing their kids are learning something new every time they play.

Find the toys at Amazon and Walmart for ages 3 and up.

About the author

Nicole Savas

Nicole Savas

As a kid, Nicole either wanted to be a professional toy player-wither or a writer. Somehow, as social media editor for The Toy Insider, The Toy Book, and The Pop Insider, she’s found a career as both. She's grateful to work somewhere that she can fully embrace both her love of teddy bears and her admiration for the Oxford comma. When she's not playing with toys at work, she's playing with her baby girl at home.