- Good toy but the people do not fit very well in bus they tend to wobble and fall out but my grandson enjoys playing with it
Published on: 20 January 2014
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product code: 134283
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Help the bus driver pick the little girl up to go to school on the school bus, making lots of driving sounds allong the way. At the crossing outside the school, the lollipop lady will make sure it's safe to cross the road. Great for imaginative play, your little one will have lots of fun giving the Happyland characters their own voices and personalities while making them run around. Playing together encourages your child to start talking and trying new words, and moving the chunky, easy to grip pieces around helps strengthen little fingers.
Suitable from 18 months.
-Set includes 3 characters
-Great for encouraging early speaking skills
-Inspires the imagination
-Helps develop hand-to-eye coordination skills and motor skills
-3 x Happyland Characters
-1 x Bus
This toy inspires your child to explore and enjoy the world around them.
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 7.3 out of 10 based on 3 reviews|
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