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Thomas The Tank Engine Seasons Floor Puzzle

product code: 137981

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product information

This Thomas The Tank Engine floor puzzle features the familiar characters from Sodor, during the four seasons of the year. Perfect for little hands, all of the 24 pieces are chunky and will encourage your little one to use their hand to eye coordination and problem solving skills.

When complete, this colourful puzzle is great for asking your little one questions about what they can see, helping them understand the differences between the various seasons and types of weather.

Quick Facts:
Helps your little one understand the different seasons in a year
Large and chunky pieces
Suitable from 36 months

How does this help my child ?

  • Problem solving
    Problem solving

    These toys teach your child to work things out for themselves.

  • Social skills
    Social skills

    This toy helps your child learn how to make friends and enjoy company.


  • Weight: 0.6 kg
  • Height: 17.5 cm
  • Width: 27 cm
  • Depth: 8 cm

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