The Pop and Pull Snowman is a novelty toy snowman that can be built by snapping together its various parts.
Inventor Janice M. Hutterer, a special education teacher from Manitowoc, WI has created a novelty toy snowman that can be built by snapping together its various parts.
Children and adults love building snowmen. They enjoy assembling the various sized balls to construct the body and decorating it with items like hats, arms, buttons, and a nose. However, many children live in areas where it never snows, thus depriving them of this enjoyment. On the other end of the spectrum, there are children who cannot go outside to build their snowman due to brutal winter conditions. Inventor Hutterer has created a means for a toy that allows children to play and learn at the same time.
This clever new invention is a unique novelty toy. It teaches concept of size, color matching, and number order. It promotes hand-eye coordination. It allows children to build a snowman even where snow doesnt fall. If the winter weather is too extreme, the invention allows children to build a snowman indoors. It can be disassembled and used over and over again. The use of the Pop and Pull Snowman allows children the pleasure of building a snowman without the reliance or fuss of relying on real snow.