The Worry Eater is a small cuddly toy, in whose mouth small pieces of paper can be stored. He should help children to express their thoughts, worries, and fears and write them down. In addition, he is also a nice play object for your child. Since it is available in different sizes and designs, you should consider a few important things before buying.
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- Sorgenfresser are offered in different sizes.
- Smaller models are around 20 cm tall, but there are also Sorgenfressers that measureover 40 cm.
- Sorgenfresser are usually in a cheerful colorful design.
- There are now various characters that, for example, wear a bow on head, have wings, an eye patch or extra-large ears or have some other unusual design of the head.
- What all models have in common is that they have a zipper at the mouth, into which the children can put their written or painted worries and problems. The Worry Eater thus serves as a kind of suggestion box.
- In addition, the models have a soft body, so they can also be used as a cuddle partner.
- The Sorgenfresser are for example in the design of a penguin, a pirate, a bunny, or a small monster. So there is a suitable model for everyone.
- There are also Sorgenfressers that are designed according to a particular occasion, for example, the Sorgenfresser snowman or the Sorgenfresser reindeer for Christmas.
- Some Sorgenfressers come with great extras as accessories.
- For example, a small suitcase can be included in which the Sorgenfresser can be transported and thus always be with you when you are out of the house.
- Other Sorgenfresser has integrated magnets and can therefore also be hung up well, for example on door frames, shelves, or metal pinboards and the refrigerator.
- In addition, there are also mini variants as keychains. However, these do not have the characteristic zipper mouth.
- First and foremost, the worry eater is used to take care of children’s fears and worries. However, the stuffed animals can be used in other ways as well.
- They can serve as a change purse or be used as a kind of mailbox for love letters or small messages within the family. Children can put little letters inside for their parents, and parents can in turn leave their reply in the zippered mouth of the little monster. In this way, things can also be communicated that may not always be so easy to express. The Sorgenfresser can be a nice mediator here.
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FAQ For Sorgenfresser
A Sorgenfresser is a cuddly toy that makes your child forget all his worries and fears. It is cuddly soft, so it can also be used for playing and cuddling. In addition, you can buy the Sorgenfresser in many different designs.
As the name suggests, this cuddly toy is supposed to eat all the worries of your child. Therefore, it has a mouth, which can be closed with a zipper. Your child can now write little notes and record worries, fears or thoughts on it. Afterwards the mouth is closed again. The Sorgenfresser can therefore be described as a kind of worry box.
The price of a Sorgenfresser depends on its size. However, it usually costs between 10 and 20 euros.
Sorgenfresser come in many different colors and designs, so your child can choose between many cuddly toys. Some models are based on animals and therefore look like a rabbit or a penguin. Some characters have certain extras and wear, among other things, an eye patch or even wings. You can also buy the Sorgenfresser for specific occasions. For example, there is a Sorgenfresser snowman or a reindeer. Although they all look different from the basic type, they are united by one important feature: the zipper on the mouth, which is characteristic for the Sorgenfresser.
You can opt for the smaller or larger variant. Therefore, they are between 20 and 40 cm tall.
Depending on which Sorgenfresser you choose, there may also be some accessories included. In some Sorgenfressers, for example, magnets are built in so that the Sorgenfresser sticks to the refrigerator. Sometimes a case is also included, with which your child can take the Sorgenfresser everywhere. There are also mini versions of the Sorgenfresser, which are available as key chains. However, these cannot be filled with notes, as they are too small and do not have the characteristic mouth.
Basically, there is no age limit for the little Worry Eaters. Basically, however, your child should write down his or her thoughts and worries, which, as we know, younger children are not yet able to do. Therefore, Sorgenfresser are basically suitable from the age of 5 years. Of course, your child can also play with a Worry Eater before that age or visualize his or her thoughts.
The Sorgenfresser are made of 90 percent polyester and 10 percent cotton. The filling is made of soft plush, which makes the Sorgenfresser nice and soft.
There are numerous Sorgenfresser, which all have different names. Among others there are the Sorgenfresser Tinka, Nele, Tanja, Olli, Bill or Biff.
The director Gerhard Hahn came up with the idea of developing the little Sorgenfressers because he himself often didn’t know how to deal with his problems and fears. Therefore, he came up with the idea of creating little monsters that would destroy all worries. Nevertheless, he was of course also aware that children should not bottle up all their fears. Therefore, it is always useful to interpret signals correctly as a parent and to talk to your child. In this way, problems can hopefully be quickly sorted out. The Worry Eater only serves as a small supplement here.
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