Kiya Indigenous Plush Doll | Play School
Kiya means “hello” in Noongar language. Kiya is from Noongar country, which is in the southern corner of Western Australia. Noongar country is one of the largest Indigenous cultural blocks in Australia, consisting of 14 language groups. Kiya is a modern representation with connection to land, being a Noongar girl. Kiya will be a regular on PlaySchool , joining the likes of Big Ted, Little Ted, Humpty and Jemima, along with the rest of the Play School favourites.
Everyone’s favourite playtime friends, Humpty, Jemima, Big Ted and Little Ted are brought to life with this collection of Play School plush toys that look just like the characters on television! White Lemon’s range also includes a set of stackable building blocks and beanie toys based on these favourite characters from the beloved TV series, which has been running for 50 years.
Fill those early months or years with all the imagination and inspiration they need to thrive with our full baby and kids collection! For the nature inspired nursery, sleepy koalas snuggle close to delicate branches, while light boxes encourage the little super heroes in your life and the perfect wall art inspires your young dreamer. Not just décor, enrichment and learning toys keep their little minds running while they enjoy countless hours of valuable play. Not just for style and play, the perfect cushions, snuggly character plushes, and bedtime stories keep your little one’s bedroom relaxing and comforting for years of great sleep.