Team Umizoomi Furniture
They have shows for kids that revolve around reading and science and stories. So why not math? (My mom would have loved this one.)
The whole Team Umizoomi gang shows up on several different sets of toddler-sized furniture here. You’ll notice I’ve pulled it from several different stores, which is because I was looking for the best price for each item. No one store had the best price all the time, thus the wide range.
Add It Up
Love this new line with all the bright orange!! There’s a mix of blue and teal, as well as the colors from the characters. You’ve got Geo, Milli and Bot traveling in the Umicar. (Which has no steering wheel. Hmmm.)
The older line that includes all the characters. Here we have the three on a yellow patterned background (do you think Milli picked it out?) paired with a few shades of blue and the words PROBLEM SOLVED!
Let’s focus on Geo a minute here as he goes flashing by on his skateboard. His set is full of blue with yellow backgrounds behind him and his orange skateboard. You’ll see lots of dots and circles in the patterns, which makes sense for our shape expert.
Nickelodeon Team Umizoomi Bean Geo Skatebo…
Nickelodeon Team Umizoomi Geo Skateboarder…
Milli – Pink Flowers
The older line for Milli is full of pink, yellow and flowers. It’s a picture of her in a purple chair and the pink fabrics are full of circles.
Nickelodeon Team Umizoomi Pink Flower Kids…
Milli – Purple Butterfly Friends
The new line for Milli still doesn’t have many pieces out but it’s a purple bonanza. The fabric pattern is full of colorful butterflies, while the main image is of Milli playing with a purple and a yellow butterfly.
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