- My toddler has just turned 1 and he loves this toy. He loves to push the buttons to make the tractor start up and the farmer speak. He also loves to push the tractor along with the trailer and cow. Couldn't recommend it enough!
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product code: 130962
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Your toddler can push the Light and Sound Farm Tractor along, bring the farmer and cow to life, and enjoy fun lights and sounds.
This Chunky Light and Sound Farm Tractor is great fun for your toddler to play with. When your toddler puts the farmer in the cab, he says "It's tractor time!" or "We're off to the fields!", and when they press the chimney button there are engine sounds. There is also a hooter sound and the tractor's headlamp lights up. Your young child can load open the trailer, put the cow in, then drive the freewheeling tractor around the room, or they can zoom it along and crawl or toddle to catch up with it! The Light and Sound Farm Tractor is a really fun vehicle for your child to enjoy driving and playing with as they grow.
•Chunky Light and Sound Farm Tractor
•Comes with farmer and cow
•With fun phrases, engine sounds and lights to enjoy
•Great for driving and chasing across the floor
Great for your child's development:
Playing with a vehicle, such as this Light and Sound Farm Tractor, is a fun way for your young toddler to get on the move. Pushing the tractor across the room, and chasing after it is great fun. Moving the cow and farmer around is a good way for your young child to build strength and precision in their hands, which is useful for so many activities as they grow – such as dressing, drawing and writing later on. As your child plays with the Light and Sound Farm Tractor, they can start to enjoy imaginative play, which will become a really satisfying way to play as they grow. Bringing the farmer to life – and adding lots of mooing sounds for the cow! Help your child begin to enjoy pretend play and expand their imagination.
ELC star quality:
We love the Light and Sound Tractor because it is such a timelessly fun toy for growing toddlers. The tractor's size and chunky feel make it perfect for little hands with big plans! It also lasts well as children always enjoy playing with vehicles, and as your young child grows, they can enjoy inventing more sophisticated games to play with it. The lights and sounds help your child bring the tractor to life, and making lots of mooing noises is great fun.
-What you need to know:
-Pack contents: Tractor, trailer, farmer, cow.
-Other toys and accessories available separately.
-Lights and sounds.
-Batteries: Needs 2 x AA batteries
-Suitable from 12 months
Let's hitch up and trailer and hop the farmer into the cab. We can drive anywhere with these huge tyres.
We can let down the ramp so the cow can walk into the trailer. What sound does the cow like to make?
Moving animals around the farm, or living room
Starting fun farm play
Pushing and chasing across the floor
Enjoying early imaginative play.
This toy encourages your child to enjoy using their imagination.
This toy helps your child to develop good reflexes.
|Value for money|
|Scores 9.9 out of 10 based on 16 reviews|
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Normally delivered within 7 working days (exclusions apply including postcode restrictions and extended timescales)
Delivery within 2 working days to UK mainland addresses. Regrettably this service is unavailable for deliveries to Northern Ireland.
Collect from your local store. This service is available in the UK only.Please be advised that we will hold your order for a maximum of 7 days, after which time your order will be returned to our warehouse
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