Meet the "Lalas" and find out how each is different and unique in her own way. Which one is your preschooler most like? Who's your child's favorite?
Mittens Fluff 'N' Stuff
Mittens is the "coolest" character because her house is always surrounded by snow. She has a mellow personality but will step in during a disagreement and remind her friends to "chill."
Pet: polar bear
Signature phrase: "Cool!"
Jewel is a natural born leader, always carrying herself with grace and poise. She likes to be the center of attention but has a good heart.
Pet: Persian cat
Signature phrases: "That's royally good/funny/silly." "That's perfectly perfect!"
Spot Splatter Splash
Spot is artistic and creative. She will paint on
anything in sight and loves bright colors, big
messes, and...eating spaghetti!
Signature phrases: "That's a zebra of a different color!" "This has possibilities!" "Art comes from the heart."
Dot's a dreamer who loves science and loves to study space. But she always has her head in the clouds.
Signature phrases: "It's a blast!" "That's out of this world!" "Oh, my stars!"
Peanut Big Top
Peanut's a silly prankster who's a little bit clumsy and loves to make her friends laugh. She also has a tendency towards grandiose, ringmaster-like announcements.
Signature phrases: "Just clowning around!" "It's the biggest/greatest/finest/fanciest/etc. in Lalaloopsy Land!"
Rosy Bumps 'N' Bruises
Rosy nurses all of her friends and even inanimate objects when they're sick. She cares very much about everyone and wants to keep them safe.
Signature phrases: "You look chilly/overheated/pale/flushed." "I've got a bandage for that."
Crumbs Sugar Cookie
An excellent baker and the "hostess with the mostest." She's soft-spoken but will stand up for what's right.
Signature phrases: "What a delicious idea!" "Pretty please with sprinkles on top!" "Sweet."
Enthusiastic about reading and learning, and a genuine know-it-all. She loves to use fancy words. While she is book smart, she's not always street smart and can miss the big picture.
Signature phrases: "I read you loud and clear!" "That's exemplary!" "Most discombobulating!"