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“Shoulder Buddies are adorable, wearable characters that come with “Smart Cards” that share valuable life lessons. Kids love to collect and wear their Shoulder Buddies, while learning about the great messages that come with them! Each Shoulder Buddy figurine is approximately 4 inches high white fizzy hair and 1.5 inches wide. They also include inaccessible magnets. The Magical Coin is a covered metallic coin that attracts to the magnet. It is manufactured under license by The Bridge Direct. The products are made in China but the products are safety tested and comply with ASTMF963. Recommended for ages four and up”.
Shoulder Buddies are an excellent toy for kids. Not to mention the fact that they offer fundraising to schools. My oldest son really enjoyed his Shoulder Buddy from the moment he laid eyes on it. He received the Shoulder Buddy with the name Buster. Buster has the word, “stop” on him. He is the Shoulder Buddy whose message is to stop bullying and take a stand. Since my son will be starting school next year I thought the message was awesome. It is quite possible that while he is in school he may encounter a bully or may even think of becoming one himself. My goal is to deter him from bullying and for him to know how to stand up to bullies the correct way.
Overall, I like the idea behind Shoulder Buddies and I would definitely recommend them to other parents. They are very affordable and your child can even get the whole collection without you going out of your budget.
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