3 Items - Emergency Centre, Tomy Whack 'Em & Mr Mechanic's Racing Car

Orpington, London £15.00

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Description

Lights and Sounds Emergency Centre
Little ones will love having lots of emergency adventures with the Lights and Sounds Emergency Centre.
Including an ambulance, fire engine and police car, the garage doors can be opened by pushing the buttons, which also sends the cars flying and triggers the lights and sounds.
The three colours encourage your child to match up the vehicles and garages, and the garage is designed with a handle, making it a great portable carry-along toy.
Quick facts:
-Garage with three emergency vehicle toys
-Push garage buttons to release cars and trigger lights and sounds
-Colour coded garages to match the cars- great for helping to develop thinking skills
-Chunky, easy to grip vehicles to build strength in little fingers
-Helps development of fine motor skills
-Great for imaginative play
Mr Mechanic's Racing Car
Your little one will love the bright colours and moving parts on Me Mechanic's Racing Car. The hammer can be used to knock the peg 'pistons' into the car: knocking one piston in will make the other one pop up, helping your little one discover cause and effect. The screwdriver is battery-operated and allows your little one to turn the big screws on the racing car, just like a real mechanic.
Quick facts:
-Racing car with hammer and moving screwdriver
-Tap a piston into the engine and watch the other one pop out
-Use the screwdriver to undo the big yellow screws
-Great for fine motor skills and learning cause and effect
Great for your child's development:
Mr Mechanic's Racing Car is chunky and the parts are easy to grip, helping little fingers build up their strength and helping the development of fine motor skills and hand-to-eye coordination. The bright colours and funny faces also help stimulate your little one's imagination as they play with Mr Mechanic and his car.
We love Mr Mechanic and his racing car because it's part toy car, part first mechanic's set. Your child will love rolling the car around like a racing car and using their imagination to bring it to life, but they can also fiddle with the screws, play with Mr Mechanic as a screwdriver or figure, and play with the hammer to knock in the pistons. Mr Mechanic's Racing Car is a fun way to explore the world of how cars work at an early age.
What you need to know:
-Includes 1 x car, 1 x screwdriver and 1 x hammer
-Suitable from 18 months
Playing tips:
Hammer and turn- let's bash a piston with the hammer, and see the other one pop up. We can use the driver to turn the screws and see what happens. Watch the car's eyes!
Tomy Whack 'Em Racers
• Wacky racers is a fun hammering toy for little hands
• Hit the 'character' balls through the holes using the soft
hammer provided
• Watch as they fall into their cars and zoom off down the ramp
• Fun race car themed characters and vehicles
• Promotes muscle development, teaches cause and effect and improves attention
All used but in very good condition.

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