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Schmidt Worry Eater Soft Toy - Junior Saggo
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- Worry Eaters make a perfect cuddly companion in good times and bad for all ages
- Write or draw your troubles and zip them away in Junior Saggo's mouth
- Worry Eaters are proven to give comfort and reassurance which can help enable a restful night's sleep
- Multi award winning, including best Soft Toy at the Independent Toy Awards
- Junior Saggo is 23 cm in length and made from soft premium quality plush for ages three and above
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Children have fears and troubles and woes and don't always tell their parents about them. Psychologists and teachers recommend Worry Eaters as a waste bin for problems. The children can write or draw their troubles and feed them into the zip mouth of the Worry Eater. Not that this solves all the problems straight away, but the first step has been taken and you can be sure it will provide an immediate feeling of relief. And when the Worry Eater tells the parents about the problems, they can talk to their children about them. What's more, Worry Eaters are nice and cuddly in both good times and bad and not just for children.
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Saggo is lovely and soft, strong zip and good sized 'pocket' in his mouth for the worries. We remove them one at a time so no need to fill up or require more space as another reviewer stated.
There is a loop on his back and a plastic ring that you can insert/remove to hang him up if desired.
All in all, I would recommend as a lovely, fun way to help any anxious child (or adult!). I'm sure these will sell fast at Christmas!
He uses it quite a bit and it helps him to raise issues that he would otherwise keep to himself.
I think the worry eater is great for anyone who struggles to talk about how they're feeling.
I would recommend this to anyone its a cute and fun way to get things out in the open.
I'd score it 9/10
The only down side is that they are very thin and there is not alot of space for your paper. If there is a few in the pocket then you might have to take one or two out, but that isn't that bad.
I would recommend this to all ages. Great idea!!!!
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