Aldi’s new range of children’s playrooms are not only fun and educational, but also full of bargains
If you’re looking for ways to entertain the kids indoors, Aldi might just have the answer – the budget supermarket has launched a range of educational playrooms that won’t break the bank.
The supermarket chain is giving parents a helping hand with the release of its new playroom products, which are not only fun but also help children learn math, cognitive skills and reading.
Customers can shop the latest Specialbuy range online and in-store from March 17 from just £1.99, while stocks last.
The new affordable range includes the Alphabet & Number Puzzle foam play mats for £14.99, which are designed to help teach toddlers their ABCs, and giant color-in posters (£1.99) which improve the creative motor development.
Ambiano Red Churro Machine, £9.99 (was £14.99)
Create warm, cinnamon-sugar coated snacks at home with the Ambiano churro maker.
It’s designed to make four churros at once, so you can make enough delicious homemade treats to share with friends and family.
Silk’n Face Tite Facial Kit, £79.99 (was £99.99)
This facial treatment is designed to help reduce fine lines and wrinkles, firming skin and lifting facial contours. It combines bipolar RF energy, LED light energy and IR heat energy to help revitalize your skin and give you a youthful look.
Aldi’s new playroom range also includes the Convertible Books (£5.99) which will help children use their imaginations.
Foam puzzles introduce little kids to problem solving, improve hand-eye coordination and develop their brains. They also come in vibrant colors that are guaranteed to brighten up any game room.
While Aldi’s giant coloring posters fold out to reveal a giant poster and are available in five different themes, including Dinosaur World, Magical Unicorns and Wild Animals.
Aldi’s commitment will bring stories to life, with interactive books telling transport stories including Dinosaur, Princess Carriage and Submarine. Once read, the books can be transformed into a fun playmat which can then be folded to create pop-up cars, dinosaurs and submarines.
With spring approaching, Aldi’s Playroom range is ideal for keeping the kids busy over the half-term holidays. It’s available online and in-store from March 17.
If you plan to visit your local Aldi, you can use the online store locator to find the nearest branch before you leave. The opening and closing hours of each store are also indicated.
The supermarket is currently selling a churro machine for just £9.99 (was £14.99) and shoppers are loving it.
In other shopping news, Boots is launching a 70% clearance sale with discounts on No7 and Yankee Candle.