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KD UK unveils new Noddy electronic toys

The company’s new ELAs feature Walkie Talkies and a Noddy-inspired tablet that will teach kids numbers and shapes.
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A new line of Noddy-inspired merchandise will be available from KD UK, thanks to a new partnership with DreamWorks Animation.

The Noddy Electronic Learning Aids (ELAs) are set to launch this month, and will feature Noddy’s WhoWhatWhere tablet that stars in each episode of the new TV series Noddy, Toyland Detective, as well as the Noddy Walkie Talkies.

Children will be able to learn about numbers, colours, letters, shapes, instruments and more when using the tablet.

Plus, it will help children develop various skills including, hand eye coordination, sound recognition and imaginative role-play.

“We’ve firmly established KD UK as the home of children’s Electronic Learning Aids and are delighted to announce Noddy as the newest addition,” said Seth Bishop, MD at KD UK.

“We look forward to working closely with DreamWorks Animation to launch exciting innovative learning and role play products.”

In addition, the new Walkie Talkies have been designed to encourage outdoor and creative play, and boast a range up to 40 metres.

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