ELC Jingle Bells Reviews
Product Type: ELC Child Development
Description:Manufacturer: ELC / Age: 3 Years+ / Type: Music
Newest Review: ... 20% off codes floating about so you could get the bells for £2.40 if you look around. The bells are available to buy in a ... more
Customer ELC Jingle Bells Reviews (12)
by - written on 27/06/12 (Very useful, 49 readings)
ELC have been selling these Jingle Bells for years, I first bought a set around ten years ago for my eldest two children and have added to the original two over the years when Hollie (and now David) decided how much they liked them. The design hasn't changed much over the years, the only difference being that the handles on the Jingle Bells I bought most recently are slightly more streamlined and ergonomically styled. They are an extremely simple concept; three largish tinkly silver bells attached to a thick plastic handle, to 'work' them you simply pick them up and give them a shake. It's as easy as that - no batteries required and not a flashing light or ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/07/10 (Very useful, 21 readings)
We've got 4 of these Jingle Bells in our house, 3 of them are about 9 years old and the other one is quite new. When my 11 year old sister was little she loved them because she's always been musical and now our 3 year old sister plays with them all the time because she loves the tinkly noise of the bells. They look exactly like the ones in the photo Dooyoo have got up and I think they are the only colours they are available in now but before you could get them in different colours as well. We've got red, pink, blue and purple Jingle Bells and they all look wicked with their bright colours and shiney silver bells. The handle of the Jingle Bells is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/05/10 (Very useful, 29 readings)
I must admit, when I caught a glimse of these delightful children's instruments on doyoo. I was immediatley transported back a couple of years to when my children were very little. I remember going to the early learning centre and being captivated by these cute bells which could be jinggled by holding the handle and gently shaking. The handles are fairly thick and made from very durable plastic. They come in a variety of bright colours. I believe that I bought a pink one for my daughter and a blue one for my son. (how predictable!!) Although they were very reasonably priced at under a fiver. They are really well made. The instrument is sturdy and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/03/12 (Very useful, 31 readings)
My little munchkin, who is now three years old, is at that stage where he's wanting to express himself as loudly as possible. We bought him a number of musical instruments (the toy kind!) so that he could express himself in that way rather than screaming around the house.....and while I think he's benefitted from having the instruments, he hasn't stopped screaming around the house. So now we have his voice as well as his melodic musical tones! Among the instruments we bought him were two ELC jungle bells which cost me £3.00 each. I didn't feel that £3.00 was a bad price, especially as the ELC tend to make really high quality products, but it was probably ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/11/12 (Very useful, 76 readings)
My daughter loves making noise, be it shouting or banging things against things. Last year I decided to buy her a few toy musical instruments so that she could make as much noise as she wanted without doing something she shouldn't be doing. One thing I purchased was these jingle bells from Early Learning Centre. The jingle bells cost £3 from Early Learning Centre so I imagine they will be available to buy from Mothercare and Amazon too. It's worth bearing in mind that Early Learning Centre often have 20% off codes floating about so you could get the bells for £2.40 if you look around. The bells are available to buy in a few different colours, red, ... Read the complete review
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