- Fun for all ages my 11 month old loves it as much as my 4 year old
- The track side can become quite weakly attached after a while
Published on: 06 November 2014
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product code: 130930
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The Click Clack Caterpillar features two sides of fun: on one side, balls can be rolled down the chute by dropping them into the sprout. On the other side, the ladybirds can be popped in at the top of their zig zag run, and they wiggle down after each other until they reach the bottom.
Flashing lights, sounds and music play as the balls tumble down the chute, encouraging little ones to explore further.
Includes Click Clack Track, 4 balls and 2 Ladybird cars.
-Lights and sounds caterpillar
-Plays three melodies and four wacky sounds
-Double sided: a run on each side
-Roll balls down one side and caterpillar cars down the other
-Stimulates the senses and helps develop hand-to-eye coordination skills.
Needs 3 x AA batteries.
This toy encourages your child to enjoy using their SENSES.
These toys teach your child to work things out for themselves.
This toy helps your child to develop good reflexes.
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|Scores 8.8 out of 10 based on 18 reviews|
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