Remember the Tomodachis? If you don't that's fine. Sydney kids are quickly and easily falling in love with their own pet monsters, and they are called Moshi Monsters. The idea is you feed, pet and look after each one of these pets as you would any other pet, otherwise your toy will get just as cranky as any normal pet would.
The kids loved it
This is a great idea. Why? Sydney's kids are learning the responsibilities that come with owning a real cat, dog, goldfish, mouse or rabbit as a domestic pet. There are a variety of different pets that kids can adopt, and there is a membership based website that tells it all. This might not just apply for Sydney, yet at the Sydney Royal Easter Show, a number of really lucky kids got to meet, dance and spend time with the Moshi Monsters. A whole hour, depending on the time of arrival. The Moshi Monsters are a relatively new breed of kids play characters, and speaking of the turnout at the Big Top Amphitheatre, they will continue to make a re-appearance at the Sydney Royal Easter Show and other Sydney events for kids if they continue to be this popular.
Jo Jo Dancing with the boys
A few kids, both boys and girls had an opportunity to dance off one gender at the time right near a Moshi Monster for the chance to win some Moshi Monsters souvenirs. The girls won on this occasion. The louder the cheers for each team, they were the winners. There was a Moshi Monsters quiz show where two lucky kids got to go up on stage. If one child knew the answer to a given question she had to say "Moshi" while the other had to say 'Monster" - both in a loud voice. It was a close tie, and both kids won some Moshi Monsters stickers. Sammy and Jo Jo were the MC's for the event. The turnout between boys and girls was fairly equal, with some kids choosing not to participate. There was ample pram parking space available as well.
Sammy dancing with the girls
If your child loves a lot of dancing and activity, then they would love the Moshi Monsters meet and greet sessions in Sydney. The dance sessions are rather interactive - the Moshi Dance.