A brightly colored four-room school with ample space for Shopkins. Kids love that it comes with Rainbow Kate, Cheerleader Lil' Shoppie, and several Petkins.
You can only access the rooms from one side of the toy. Some boxes arrived damaged.
Adorable mini set with numerous Shopkins. Provides lots of creative fun for youngsters as they take their Shoppie dolls on trips to the grocery store.
Some of the pieces are quite small, and a few are made of flimsy cardboard.
A pretty Lil' Shoppie with multi-colored braids. Marsha Mello comes with a purse shaped in her namesake that includes her own mini doll. A nice addition to any Shopkins collection.
Doll is a bit top-heavy.
Popping the dome to roll the dice is a delight. As fun to play as the regular Trouble game. Game board is smaller than usual - much like a Shopkin.
Only the included pieces work with the game, which means you can't play it with your Shopkins.
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Shopkins with their irresistible faces and fun food shapes are a favorite for many kids. They’re designed as a collectible, tradeable toy complete with trading cards and carrying cases. They come in seasons and are divided by their food types like sweets or bakery. Many sets include tiny plastic backpacks and hidden shopkins that kids can’t see until they open the package. Each set and character is categorized by how easy they are to find from common to ultra rare. Kids might also enjoy collecting different types of sets like glitter, squishy, or translucent. Shopkins can quickly become any kid’s obsession because of the seemingly limitless options.