HATCHIMALS PLAYSET FOR KIDS: This Amazon exclusive aquarium brings the wonder of the Hatchtopian Sea into your home. Fill it with warm water and add your Hatchimals to bring the underwater scene to life.

Do you put a Hatchimal in water?

Quote from video: Right yep or we can take it in the water and make it go really fast huh you want to go swimming with them and see if we can hatch them.

How long do you leave Hatchimals in water?

To grow the pet further, place the toy into a clean bowl of water and leave for up to two weeks to fully expand. And once the toy has been removed from water, it will slowly shrink back to its original size – re-grow the toy or add it to your toy collection!

How do you use Hatchimals?

Quote from video: Hold the fruit and your hand against your forehead till the eyes turn purple that means your lalacorn is hungry. Now she'll chase the fruit up. And if you put the fruit.

How do Hatchimals toys work?

They are basically little robot animals that come inside plastic eggs. In order to play with these plush, Furby-like creatures, which sort of look like penguins, you hatch the egg. Once you do, you can teach Hatchimal to walk and talk and play games. It grows from being a baby to a toddler and ultimately a kid.

How do you train a Hatchimal?

Quote from video: White now tap her head to get her to listen solid white light means she is waiting for a command clap once to get your hatchman to move forward clap twice and your hatchimal will spin.

How do I feed my Hatchimal?

To feed your Llalacorn, hold the fruit against her forehead (eyes turn purple). Now you can make her chase the fruit. Hold it against her forehead and she will chase it upwards.

How do I teach my Hatchimal to fly?

Access and cycle through the MENU by PRESSING my BELLY. When you see the colour and hear the sound effect of the game you want, WAIT THREE SECONDS or PAT my HEAD to enter. To EXIT a game at any time, PRESS my BELLY. A) Tilt me up and down to teach me to fly.

What to do after a Hatchimal hatches?

Just like a real egg, your Hatchimal™ will only hatch once. Once these curious creatures have hatched, they want to stay out and play! After hatching, dispose of the egg. Do not put your Hatchimal™ back in the egg.

How do you wake up Hatchimal?

Once she’s fully asleep, put the egg top back on. You’ll know she’s asleep when her eyes turn off and she stops snoring. Make sure the two egg shells snap together. Now to wake her up, tilt the egg backwards and forwards until you see yellow eyes.

How do I get my Hatchimal to say my name?

Just squeeze its belly and touch its head at the same time. When it says, “Hello” and its eyes turn solid blue, say your name to record it. Then, during different activities, you’ll randomly hear the Hatchimal say your name.

How do you make a Hatchimal dance?

Touch Llalacorn’s™ belly and toe for 3 seconds to start music and dancing. Each toe plays a different song! Touch Llalacorn’s™ head to sing higher and her toe to sing lower!

How do you hypnotize Hatchimal?

Quote from video: Watch the color of the hatchimal's eyes to determine what it. Needs. You can also press its chest button to tickle. It or tilt it down and up for a reaction.

What does it mean when a Hatchimals eyes turn red?


Red eyes means they are upset, orange eyes means they are excited, yellow eyes are happy, green is sick, teal is chatty, blue is sad, purple is hungry , pink is cuddly and white is sleepy.

What language do Hatchimals speak?

“Hatchimals communicate by speaking their own unique language, which is made of up of random sounds, and by making other noises, including shivering when they’re cold and snoring while they sleep,” a spokesperson for Spin Master, Hatchimal’s parent company, told CNNMoney in a statement.

What age group are Hatchimals for?

age 5 and up

For what ages are Hatchimals appropriate? Hatchimals are designed for children age 5 and up.

Are Hatchimals safe?

Other toys spotlighted in the report include Hatchimals and L.O.L. Surprise toys, which contain small parts that pose a choking risk for young children. Balloons also are choking hazards and should not be given to children younger than 8.