Every Tuesday at 6.45pm in The Club with Sam, we speak to our toy expert, Toyologist Pete! So make sure you tune in to find out about the coolest toys around right now.
This week the theme was Down on the Farm!
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The Playmobil 123 Interactive Farm is a fun way to learn numbers, colours, animals and their sounds.
The set comes with different animals on coloured plates, and the system talks you through different lessons, getting your child to place each animal in the corresponding location.
Britains make the best replica farm toys ever, they have a brilliant range of die-cast tractors and farm machines that are really well made and have loads of detail.
We really like their Dual Purpose Building, it’s the perfect place to keep all your famyard toys dry and safe and a place to keep your cows in when the sun hasn’t got his hat on.
Price: From £15.99
The farmer and his helpers get the tractor and trailer ready for the big harvest. Then it’s time to feed and milk the cows, empty the silo for market, and store the fresh hay bales in the barn!
Build a barn, cow shed, grain silo, riding mower and tractor with tilting wagon! Then raise the roof panels on the barn, empty the grain silo, use the winch and hook to move the hay bales or tilt the wagon!
From the from the Big Farm 1:16 scale range, it has lights that flash, a realistic engine and reversing sounds. It has a single speed forward and reverse gear.
There is a removable cab, the rear window opens for easier steering access, there are working cab and head lights and the bonnet opens. Attach trailers and other machinery to the back from the same range and do some farming!
This 15 x 20 x 13cm bin comes with three farm animals and opens up into a 41 x 46cm playmat. Great for easily todying away your toys in minutes and taking them to friends houses.
These playmats are also available in Train Depots, Country Stables, Dinosaur world and plenty more besides.
Next Tuesday tune in to The Club with Sam to hear about more exciting toys!
To find out more about these and loads more great toys, visit www.toyology.co.uk