In the Night Garden Kids Iggle Piggle Sleep Aid Toy, with Soft Glowing Cheeks, 5 Lullabies and Gentle Head Swaying Motion 1670
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Aside from language, toddlers make extensive use of gestures in their communication and will usually express ideas and feelings in this way before being able to express them using speech. The characters of In the Night Garden do the same. There are whole episodes which feature characters waving at each other and giving each other kisses – both gestures that are commonly practised and enjoyed by toddlers.
SOFT LIGHT Iggle Piggle's cheeks will softly glow creating a calm environment Watch as the colours softly change as the lullaby plays Sleepy-Time Iggle Piggle is the perfect companion for soothing bedtime routines. This adapted plush toy offers calming melodies, gentle vibrations, and soft glowing lights, all controlled through an easy-to-use switch interface. The Ninky Nonk is a train of five differently sized and shaped carriages. It's size changes a lot: the moving Ninky Nonk is toy-sized train, while interiors and static exterior shots are done on sets or with life-sized models so that the main characters can easily fit inside. When it stops or starts, the passengers get thrown around in their seats. A range of bells and klaxons warn everyone inside. The Ninky Nonk can drive up and down trees and upside-down along branches. It does not go on the rails, but it goes on the land. The Ninky Nonk seems to stop and go on its own and, like the other characters, goes to sleep. The engine is banana-shaped, and is followed by a green circle carriage used by Makka Pakka and the Tombliboos, a tiny house-like carriage used by the Pontipines, a blue rectangular carriage with a flashing light used by Upsy Daisy and Igglepiggle, and a tall rounded single-seater carriage used by Igglepiggle when travelling alone.Upsy Daisyis similar to a rag doll, with a brown face and brightly coloured clothes. She has her own special bed, and can move around the garden; sometimes Upsy Daisy has to catch her bed when it decides to run away. A true girlie-girl, she likes skipping through the Garden, blowing kisses to the other characters. Often she will hug and kiss other characters directly . She likes to say "Upsy Daisy" and "Daisy Doo!", and she also says "Pip Pip Onk Onk!". Her hair stands on end when excited or Eee!" over and over again. Tombliboo Eee is shorter and smaller than Ooo and Unn and she is a female Tombliboo. Its head is supposed to move and it doesn't, its very quiet and cheeks don't light up very bright with new batteries. It was immaculate though and my son still loves it but not worth the money i paid
This linguistic element continues in the simple sounds of the characters’ names and the dialogue between them – the sounds are reflective of the way a toddler’s language is developing. For example, they generally master vowel sounds before consonants and The Tombliboos are named Unn, Ooo and Eee, phonetically reflecting how a toddler might say the numbers One, Two, Three.Whilst Iggle Piggles head sways from side to side his cheeks will softly glow creating a peaceful and calm environment. Watch as the colours softly change as the In the Night Garden Lullaby plays. As well as learning through repetition, children also find it relaxing and comforting. Each episode of In the Night Garden follows a recognisable and predictable structure, ending with the tittifers (colourful exotic birds) singing. Afterwards each of the characters goes to bed (except for Igglepiggle, who wanders off through the forest, falling over and waving) before the forest goes dark and the stars come out. Iggle Piggle's cheeks will softly glow creating a calm environment Watch as the colours softly change as the lullaby plays.
The Tittifers are tropical birds with their own unique songs. There are four small blue Tittifers, three larger pink ones, two big green ones and one multicoloured toucan with a huge purple beak. They sing a lot, and when they sing together, near the end, it is time to sleep. Keep collections to yourself or inspire other shoppers! Keep in mind that anyone can view public collections—they may also appear in recommendations and other places. It is no coincidence that the content of In the Night Garden reflects the developmental stage of its target audience. Andrew Davenport, the show’s creator (and co-creator of the Teletubbies) has a degree in speech sciences. His personal bookshelves include works written by well-known developmental psychologists.Designed to create a peaceful atmosphere, Sleepy-Time Iggle Piggle helps children unwind, relax, and embrace a restful sleep. With its comforting adaptations, this plush friend is more than a toy; it's a pathway to tranquil nights and sweet dreams for all children, regardless of their abilities. Embrace the magic of bedtime with Sleepy-Time Iggle Piggle and let the power of inclusive play embrace your child's nighttime routine.