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Tikk Tokk Boss Junior Easel

Wooden 4-in-1 Art and Craft Easel

Price:  £39.99

Age Range:  3 years and up

Cheapest place to buy:  Amazon

Dimensions: 95 x 49.4 x 5cm

My Rating:  4.5 *

 Boost your toddler’s creativity!Tikk Tokk Junior Easel

Cultivate your toddler’s artistic tendencies and fine motor skills development through drawing, painting, learning to write and storytelling. This modern upgrade of an old classic easel will enable your toddler’s curiosity and imagination to fly!

This well-made easel can be folded up when not in use and incorporates a magnetic chalkboard, a white board with a paper clip and spill proof tray for paint pots. Accessories included in this package are whiteboard markers and eraser, magnets, chalks and paint pots. Continue reading →

Melissa and Doug Classic Bead Maze

Large Wooden Bead Maze For Activity Play

Price: (Was £32.99) NOW – £31.49Classic bead maze

Age Range:  12 month – 3 years

Cheapest place to buy:  Amazon

Dimensions: 13 x 12 x 12 inches.

My Rating:  4.5 *

An eye-catching activity to grip your child’s imagination!   

This classic toy features 18 brightly colored solid wood beads and 3 coordinating maze wires that turn, twist and provide endless play opportunities. Your child will delightedly race the beads across the wires swooping and sliding, identifying colors, patterns, counting shapes and sizes. Continue reading →

Lewo Bead Maze For Activity Play

Large Wooden, My First Bead Maze   (Lewo Toys)

lewo-bead-mazePrice:  £15.99

Age Range:  3 years >

Cheapest place to buy:  Amazon

Dimensions:  8.7 x 5.6 x 8.7 inches 

My Rating:  4.5 *

 

A firm favourite for toy boxes!

With superior quality craftsmanship this entertaining, educational toy is brightly colored, sturdy and has safely rounded edges to avoid harm to little fingers. There are red, yellow and blue colored maze tracks with different sized color and shaped beads to easily move around. Along with the traditional round beads, colourful butterfly, bee and snail beads can fly around the tracks at your child’s command. Continue reading →