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Patch Expands Preschool Line with Musical Puppy

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BELOIT, Wis.-Pass the Pup™ is Patch Products’ new, fast-paced musical preschool game where kids hope they’re not holding the puppy when the music stops.

In Pass the Pup, the song Who Let the Dogs Out? starts to play for a random length of time when kids press the puppy’s belly. Players then quickly pass the pup around the circle until the music stops. Whoever is caught holding the pup will have to bark, howl, roll over or do some other puppy activity. The pup also serves as a soft and cuddly companion for preschoolers. Pass the Pup is for 2 or more players ages 3 and up. It uses three button cell batteries, which are included.

Patch’s other new preschool games and activities include:

    To-Go Games™ — You’ll always be ready for fun when you travel with To-Go Games. The vinyl bag with a rope handle and zipper close holds everything you need to play six games—Tic-Tac-Toe, Checkers, Mancala, Snakes & Ladders, Chinese Checkers and Backgammon.

    Tracing Puzzles™ — Preschoolers will learn the alphabet, numbers and shapes with these 26 letter and 10 number puzzles. They can trace the letters, numbers and various shapes to make different designs. Beginning readers also can use the letters to spell simple words.

    Fire Station Puzzle Playset and Horse Show Puzzle Playset — Each playset includes a 25-piece two-sided puzzle, three-piece backdrop and 28 stand-up pieces. After kids make the puzzle and set up the backdrop, they’ll spend hours creating their own scenes with the playing pieces.

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Patch Products, headquartered in Beloit, Wis., is a leading manufacturer and marketer of family entertainment products. Board games, card games, puzzles and collegiate-licensed foam sports toys are the core product lines. Top-selling games include Buzzword®, What’s Yours Like?®, Toss Up!®, Swap!® and the Jeff Foxworthy™ You Might Be a Redneck If…™ Game. For more information, visit