Farm house (built) is 25cm high and 22cm wide.
You press the light-up buttons on his head to get him to play fun but nicely educational games – or dance.
Perfect for old-school, imaginative role playing games. The draw pops open, and also makes lots of noises as you open, close and scan items, which is brilliant for kids who like that interaction.
We would like a few more items to scan, if we’re being picky, but given the price – we’d say it’s good value for money as is. The set also includes a shuttle car, shuttle spinner, shuttle lift and stop/start track.It comes with trains, people, stations, level crossings – and even a cow!
You’ll still need a screwdriver handy, though. Parents have called it a win for creative play, with lots of interactive features. It’s got lots of electronic features: a working conveyor belt, scanner, aisle light and cash till. It comes with 35 scannable fruits, veggies and other supermarket items.
We know parents say that it’s definitely a great one if you’ve got multiple littles in the house, as someone’s got to be the shopper, and someone’s got to work on the till.
It’s interactive (with or without the app), and also teaches communication skills. It’s good for little hands, as well – they can pop the coins and out of the till. It’s quite realistic, and the scanner recognises every item scanned, and it pops on the screen. The app is brilliant, too, and our parent testers say adds an extra level of fun. Removal dustbin at back to empty debris – because, yes, it actually vacuums!
The potential for hours of role-playing fun is real. Also, maybe it’ll convince them that real-life chores are actually fun?
They’re large (46cm high), easy to dress and undress, and each comes with a different outfit. This is a dolly your child will keep and play with forever. Jaime, our tester, was only just 3 when she first played with it but it held her attention for ages. Jaime can also use it to have a tea party with her dolls. It plays a part in developing them emotionally, physically and mentally. Choosing the right toys and games is therefore important in bringing up strong, healthy, confident children. Toys and games help improve motor skills, develop language and senses, and have a vital role in forging relationships with friends and family. As toddlers grow, they begin to learn how to share, to play with others, and to communicate. As they get used to socialising, by the time they are ready for kindergarten they’ll be comfortable around their peers. They can now ride tricycles, build tower blocks, climb small objects and use trampolines. They’ll begin to jump up and down, walk up stairs, and stand on one foot. It should always be used under supervision of an adult. With a variety of different features, it can be enjoyed by two or more kids. Tricycles help with balance and coordination – both essential life skills – and develop the use of both hands and feet, with peddling and steering. Early years spent on a tricycle can also help to pave the way to upgrade to a bicycle in a few years’ time. This trike is stylish, easy to assemble and sturdy. It’s very low, making it difficult to fall off.
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The adjustable height means, as your children grow, the pole can be extended, so they won’t grow out of it. When the equipment runs out, the suitcase can be easily refilled. Arts and crafts are a perfect way for a child to express themselves and explore their imagination.