Again this holiday season, expect Hatchimals to be one of the top Christmas toys this year with the introduction of the Hatchimals CollEGGtibles.
The Hatchimals egg was a monumental hit last Christmas and it surely will be the same that children will be requesting this holiday season.
With cute, speckled eggs that change colors and hatch, kids will love this collectible toy. Why? Because inside each egg is a tiny, loveable new Hatchimal waiting to be discovered. Each animal has glittery wings and wears an adorably cute expression, and there are over 70 Hatchimals to collect, belonging to different families.
Each egg comes with different colored speckles, depending on the family to which it belongs. While some families are easily available, other can be quite difficult to find – if your child is lucky, they may even come across an ultra-rare or limited edition Hatchimal.
- When the egg is about to hatch, the color of the heart changes from purple to pink.
Your child will need to participate in this process by holding and carefully rubbing the egg’s heart, encouraging the egg to get ready to hatch.
- When ready, the egg can be gently pressed to crack open and out pops the Hatchimal CollEGGtible.
After the suspense, comes the thrill of revealing which little creature emerges from the egg and their new toy is ready to play with
If your child has already collected all the characters in one family, they can identify this from the speckles and decide whether to keep or trade unhatched eggs with a friend who shares a passion for these cute little creatures. Endless fun for 5 year olds and older.
Besides the excitement of finding mysterious magical Hatchimals hidden in the eggs, your child will also be practicing their patience and nurturing skills on the little hatchlings. This is a great way to practice for a new arrival in the family – whether that’s a new sibling or a new pet.
This particular special 4 pack Hatchimals CollEGGtibles comes with a bonus hatched friend.
Each pack comes with a “Collector’s Map” and checklist to help your child discover the Hatchimal’s family and rarity on the list. Use the checklist to keep track of their collections.
The toy is easy to store – by using the base of the egg as a nest to store as well as display your child’s beautiful egg.
Hatchimals also don’t need batteries, which is always a plus. The best feature of this year’s family of Hatchimals is that unlike last year’s original Hatchimals, these Hatchimals CollEGGtibles are far more affordable.