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Bilingual Elmo

4.5 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews

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  • Elmo sings the popular Sunny Day song in English AND in Spanish
  • Squeeze his right hand to hear him sing in English, and his left hand to hear him sing in Spanish
  • Squeeze his tummy and Elmo will teach you a Spanish word
  • Sesame Street Plush Assortment
  • Age Range 18 to 36 Months
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Product Description

Adorable plush Elmo sings the popular "Sunny Day" song in both English and Spanish. Squeeze his left hand for English and his right hand for Spanish. Press his tummy and he'll say one of five phrases, translating Spanish to English (like "Sol means 'sun' in Spanish"). Kids will love singing along with Elmo and learning a song in two different languages. Requires 3 "AA" alkaline batteries, not included.

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Bilingual Elmo is a fun and entertaining toy. Elmo sings the popular Sunny Day song in English AND in Spanish! Squeeze his right hand to hear him sing in English, and his left hand to hear him sing in Spanish. Squeeze his tummy and Elmo will teach you a S

Product Information

Product Dimensions 5.2 x 9.8 x 13 inches
Item Weight 1.2 pounds
Shipping Weight 1.3 pounds
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
International Shipping This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
ASIN B000A8POYY
Item model number G5562
Manufacturer recommended age 2 months and up
Batteries 3 AA batteries required. (included)
Best Sellers Rank #1,177,065 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#4,267 in Toys & Games > Electronics for Kids > Electronic Learning Toys
#5,785 in Toys & Games > Learning & Education > Electronic Learning Products
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4.5 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews

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By Mary Martinez on January 26, 2007
My 8 month old daughter loves Elmo, and loves this toy. It is fun and educational, but, the problem that my Husband and I found was that we don't understand the Spanish version of the "Sunny Day" theme song. My husband is fluent in spanish thanks to his Mexican heritage and upbringing, but, we can't make out most of the words, we suspect it is Castillion Spanish (Which is not what they speak in Mexico), but it is hard to say for certain because of Elmos highpiched voice. We tried, unsuccessfully, to find the lyrics to the spanish version. I would say that for our family, this was the only drawback of the toy.
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I think my grandson loves bilingual elmo because he is a bilingual 2and a half years old and doesn't put it down he loves him thank you guys so much have a beautiful new year thank you very much bye
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I gotta hand it to the creative geniuses at Sesame Workshop -- Elmo is the most seductive character of all time. My husband and I had shielded our daughter from all television (except NFL football!) and yet one of her first words, at age 19 months or so, was "Elmo." Or actually "ELMO! ELMO! ELMO!" I don't know how she knew about him, but our daughter LOVED Elmo and expressed that love loudly and often. When I took her to visit her newborn cousin she fell in love with an Elmo-framed mirror and dragged it around Arizona with her. On our last day there my sister presented her with her very own Bilingual Elmo, the only cuddly Elmo toy in stock at the mall toy store. Over the next three years Elmo racked up 1000s of frequent flyer miles, and hours of snuggling. We took him everywhere, as he was her absolutely favorite toy. I've had to repair a couple of rips in his fur, but to be honest I'm shocked that he didn't just fall apart. After much abuse, I mean, loving, he still looks pretty good and his voicebox still works perfectly. In other words, the quality of the materials is very good. As for educational value, I think it would have been pretty easy for me to teach her how to say "sol," "adios," and "amigo" without Elmo, so there's not that much added there, but a little exposure to Spanish is better than none. We have had his voice turned off for several months, actually.

Her baby brother got interested in Elmo a couple of months ago and adopted Bilingual Elmo, who had by then lost his prime position in big sis's heart. We have certainly gotten our, or my sister's, money out of this toy! My daughter is now seeking to reclaim her friend so I am ordering a new Elmo for little bro, although I'm not getting him the talking version.
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It's a funny and adorable toy...
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