Classic Wooden Toy Construction Vehicle Set
Item # 656
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use code: PLAY20
Get to work with this collection of three wooden emergency vehicles and two road barriers! Sturdy wooden construction and moving parts on each vehicle means the dump truck, cement mixer, and front loader will stand up to endless of hours of constructive play. Wooden construction worker play figures fit into each of the vehicles and can also be removed for additional imaginative play opportunities.
- Set of three sturdy wooden 5-inch construction vehicles and two road barriers
- Includes a dump truck, cement mixer, front loader, and 4 play figures
- Truck bed tilts, mixer spins, and loader lifts
- Play figures fit into the driver seats and can also stand independently
- Encourages hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills; promotes imaginative play
- Product: 5.5" x 14.5" x 4.25" Packaged 2.2 lbs
- Package: 14.5" H x 5.5" W x 4.25" L
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Help the child identify each construction vehicle and talk about how the moving parts on the vehicles help each of them to do something different.
Ask the child to identify the colors on each vehicle, on the clothes the play figures are wearing, and on the road barriers. Help him or her to count the vehicles, as well as details like wheels, windows, hats, and stripes.
Place the vehicles and drivers in a row, then have the child close his or her eyes while you remove one of the pieces. Ask the child to open his or her eyes and to tell you which is missing.
Ask the child to line up the play figures on a flat surface, then roll the vehicles toward them one at a time. Challenge him or her to roll the vehicles as close as possible to the play figures without knocking them over!
Ask the child to set up the road barriers parallel to each other, about one foot apart. From several feet away, ask him or her to push the vehicles one at a time, trying to get them to roll between the two barriers. Increase difficulty by moving the barriers closer together or by rolling the vehicles from farther away. Make this a game by keeping track of who rolls more of the vehicles through the barriers.