What is it
This upright Dyson vacuum from Casdon has a dust box for emptying, a head that twists and turns, a visible whizzing cyclone action, working suction, realistic sounds and looks just like the real thing.
This is a great tool for role play where little ones can copy and learn.
Play Idea: Why not get them to dress up in your old clothes too, help them to use props to make the hoovering even more realistic in their imaginary play.
What our team of testers said
"Let's clean the house so it's tidy" - Boy aged 5
"Oh that's so cool it actually hoovers things up" - Girl aged 8
- Good for learning about responsibility and cooperation
- Develops a bonding connection with parents/carers
- Encourages children to act independently
What our experts think
Being able to play at being the mummy or daddy in the house promotes bonding – children learn most from those to whom they are most closely attached. ‘Helping’ around the house promotes independence, responsibility and cooperation. It gives parents the opportunity to interact with their children in a natural way, sharing their values and approaches to domestic life and making housework a fun activity that everyone participates in, laying down good habits for later life.
It would be even better if...
It also came in a larger size for older children
- RRP: £18.75
- Brands: Casdon
- Dimensions: 63 cm high
- Battery Operated
- Toy Types: Fancy dress, role-play & music
- Types of skills developed: Creativity
Fine motor skills
Gross motor skills
Health, hygiene & self-care
Personal, social & emotional development
Physical & motor skills
Responsibility & commitment
Teamwork, turn taking & sharing