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2+ years

Dump Truck

Item # 9397

$19.99

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"Drive" home the building blocks of basic math skills with this multi-faceted shape sorter and wooden truck in one! The nine brightly-colored shaped wooden blocks fit into cut-outs on three sides of the dump truck, making a satisfying "clunk" as they land in the hardwood truck bed. Wheels roll smoothly to deliver the blocks anywhere. Lift the back door and tilt the container to dump the blocks and start again! Two included play figures fit snuggly into the cab of the truck. This superbly crafted toy helps teach shape and color recognition and encourages imaginative play and creativity.

Details

  • Wooden dump truck and shape sorter in one
  • Includes nine colored blocks in different shapes and two play figures
  • Back door lifts and truck bed tilts to dump blocks
  • Quality craftsmanship and sturdy construction
  • Teaches shape and color recognition and promotes creative play

Specs

  • Product: 7.5" x 10.75" x 4.75" Packaged 2.2 lbs
  • Package: 11.7" H x 7.7" W x 5" L

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Discover Countless Ways To Play
  • Ask the child to identify the name and color of each shape.

  • Ask the child to dump out all of the shapes. Challenge him or her to sort them back into the truck as quickly as possible. Repeat the activity and work on improving speed over multiple tries.

  • Challenge the child to stack as many shapes as possible without letting them topple over.

  • Place the shapes around the play space and ask the child to "drive" around the room, picking them up and putting them into the dump truck along the way.

  • Ask the child to tell a story about the drivers and the truck. Ask questions to encourage his or her imagination; for example: "If the truck is driving to a construction site, what would the workers build with the shapes?"