3 years old

A - Zebra Toddler Trampoline - Review and Giveaway

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Ethan has been having lots of fun playing with his A-Zebra Toddler Trampoline from Worlds Apart.  It's a small indoor trampoline with a handle to hold on to while he jumps up and down.  But what makes it unique is the zebra on the front of it, and the fun sounds that it makes whenever you jump on it!  You can buy it for around £40 from Amazon, which makes it really good value for money.


Ethan loves to bounce up and down on it, and the sounds that it makes always make him giggle.  It's a great way for him to get some exercise in the house on those cold and rainy days as well.


The recommended age for the trampoline is 12 months and up, but as Ivy is already standing quite steadily and loves to bounce, she's been having a go on the A - Zebra Trampoline as well!  She has the biggest smile on her face and she bounces up and down just by bending her knees the littlest bit.

The A-Zebra Trampoline would make a great Christmas gift, and lucky you might just be able to win one!  Enter below and tell me what you're planning on buying your little ones for Christmas?  

Open to residents of the UK only.  

* This is a review post, Worlds Apart sent us the Zebra Trampoline to try out and to write an honest review.  This post also contains an affiliate link to purchase the trampoline on Amazon.

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143 comments

  1. We've discovered Hot Wheels in our house now, so I can see some track being build at Christmas

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  2. a blue blue (interactive dolphin) x

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  3. A dolls house, an iPad, a Wii and a bike (I have four!)

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  4. I haven't started my shopping yet, oh no!

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  5. im getting my granddaughter a robot cat , kitty its called

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  6. My little one is loving Playdoh at the moment, theres been loads of offers on the sets lately, cant help picking some up :-)

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  7. How fun and cute is that trampoline! A baby doll is on my daughters Christmas wish list. She just turned 1 years old. She loves to jump up and down-- I think she'd love a trampoline like this! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  8. I am buying arts, music items, books, puzzles and a few toys.

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  9. I just now saw...uk only (I am sorry!)

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  10. The boys want Ninja Turtle Lego and a ReadyBed , Olivia a LeapPad.

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  11. My son wants a big rubbish truck toy

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  12. Pram and doll

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  13. Lots of things including lots of books!
    Ashleigh

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  14. a new bike, toy cars, games etc

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  15. A train set for the main present.

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  16. We are getting our little one a kid's tablet. Hoping to find a bargain in the Black Friday sales!

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  17. Bethanie Harrison26 November 2014 at 21:44

    A rocking horse :)

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  18. My daughter wants a doll house

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  19. Nothing, of course, Father Christmas is coming! ;-)

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  20. Elsa Doll and some Lego for my son!

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  21. An electronic toy, maybe one of those activity which is educational but fun

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  22. A pink scooter and a princess castle :)

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  23. my youngest is having some bath toys, clothes and fisher price little people toys . my older two want everything and anything lol

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  24. I want to buy for my 2 years old daughter a Peppa Pig medical case.

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  25. Vtech Toot toot for the youngest and Imaginext for my oldest

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  26. A rocking caterpillar for the baby and a dolls house for my mini diva

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  27. An activity centre for the baby and way too many ( ;-) ) toys for the toddler.

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  28. disney infinity for eldest & pirate boat for youngest

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  29. thomas the tank he loves anything train related

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  30. Olaf cuddly toy for starters, he's so cute.

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  31. My two boys want cars. I would like to get them a zoomer zuppie but am hoping to get a bargain one.Sarah Hurrell

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  32. Learning toys to help her to both play and learn

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  33. My little ones are too young to ask, so it's going to be a pick and mix of anything I think they might like (or useful to mum)

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  34. christine shelley27 November 2014 at 17:50

    A set of childrens cooking utensils

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  35. Mega blocks! Lots and lots of them. It's now a daily thing to build something everyday and if I forget he's pulling me in to get them out!

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  36. So far I've bought my twins a playmobil zoo and a melissa and doug wooden train!

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  37. A big tub of Lego, some Thomas the Tank Engine books & some Paw Patrol cars + stocking bits.

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  38. it is lego and knex for this house

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  39. My son is 5 and wants a bike and my little girl is only 6 months so will be getting a rocking horse :D! x

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  40. Lots of Megabloks and other activity toys

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  41. A V-Tech Inno Tab with some games.

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  42. A doll house and a bike

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  43. Micro Scooters for my grandchildren.

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  44. Today I bought Millie a tablet and I'm looking around for some Thomas stuff. She loves Thomas

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  45. My 6 month old is getting his 1st trike and my 10 year old is getting a laptop

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  46. ds games and pink things mostly!!!

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  47. actually looking at this giveaway I think my grandson would love this


    angela b

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  48. An aquadoodle playmat so he can draw on that instead of the walls :-)

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  49. A big box of Lego Duplo and a push along elephant that spits out balls!

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  50. Sylvanian Familes, a bounce and spin zebra

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  51. any thing to do with fireman sam

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  52. lots of crafting bits

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  53. Lots of soft activity toys for play :-)

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  54. Lots of playdoh and Orchard Toys games

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  55. A giant Olaf and a new playmat

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  56. Lots of craft/making things, books and toy cars.

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  57. Far too much, but the main things are an aquadoodle and a toy workbench

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  58. Sit n Ride car, Dupo train set.

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  59. A door bouncer for the baby and a pram for my little girl

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  60. X box games for my 8 year old and a new doll for my 18 month old xx

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  61. A tablet so I can have my phone back

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  62. a tablet,phone and clothes for my 3 x

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  63. rechargeable AA batteries with a charger, because thats what she asked for lol

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  64. Tablets and lots of frozen stuff

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  65. A play kitchen, they love helping me around the kitchen. Cant wait to see their faces of christmas morning.

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  66. some board games so we fill up some of the darker evenings

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  67. A play kitchen, books, anything kitty related!

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  68. Elsa doll for my big girl and for my baby girl a rocking horse.

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  69. My sons not little and he would like a tv, my grandkids and nephews are still to buy for. Not sure what to get them yet x

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  70. My little one is car mad so we've bought lots of toot toot cars, track and co

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  71. Monster High things

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  72. My little one is getting an activity garden and a toot toot animal set.

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  73. Lots of interactive things to help with her education, some Frozen bits and a DVD player x

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  74. Isabell Whitenstall3 December 2014 at 09:13

    A toy kitchen as Ryan loves helping in the kitchen

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  75. I've brought my son a play kitchen, he loves getting his little hands in ours, so thought I'd get him his own! :)

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  76. Peppa pig goodies and a onesie x

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  77. Interactive books and scooter

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  78. Lots of peppa pig toys, my son loves peppa pig

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  79. Play doh, my little man loves it

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  80. Nothing... we don't celebrate Christmas for religious reasons

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  81. Dolls pram and far too many other things.

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  82. My daughter has some mega blocks and my son has some stickle bricks (although they were called something else) Hopefully they will like them.

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  83. Dolls and imaginative play toys

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  84. Trampolines are generally considered as a fun outdoor amusement item for children. Exercising on trampoline helps to keep you healthy and fit.

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