- love all the moving parts and magnetic connection.
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Published on: 16 December 2014
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product code: 130911
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The Construction Magnetic Magnetic Trio Set is great for encouraging movement and imaginative play: your little one can make lots of truck noises as they drive around a make-believe construction site, race the vehicles against each other or connect them up to drive them along all together. Playing with the cars will also help to strengthen little fingers and boost hand-to-eye motor skills.
Suitable from 12 months.
-Set of three magnetic vehicles
-Includes tipper, a cement mixer and a crane
-Chunky and easy to grip
-Link together with magnetic couplings
This toy encourages your child to enjoy using their imagination.
This toy helps your child learn how to make friends and enjoy company.
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|Scores 9.8 out of 10 based on 12 reviews|
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