Zooming creativity! The Tadoodles First Marks B.U.V. gives toddlers a way to store, carry, and play with their Tadoodles washable First Marks. As they move their colourful friends in and out of the B.U.V. and zoom the vehicle around, toddlers develop thinking and physical skills.
First Marks are the right size and shape for a child's first palm grasp to help in developing gross to fine motor skills. With their unique design, First Marks won't dry out and can be reactivated by simply dabbing them on a piece of paper several times.
No caps needed! With each scribble, dab, and wiggle, your child's imagination will grow!
This B.U.V is great, not only does it store the felts, but it can also be used as a car by itself. My 2 year old daughter loves pushing the car around with all the little felt passengers.
However she does seem to have a little difficulty in drawing with the felts as she is more inclined to hold the felt on a lean. I guess it's just how she first grasps the felt as she has used them correctly before. Every child is different.
The colours are definately vibrant and appealing, with friendly'ish faces on the felts. I'm very impressed with the fact that the felts dry out when not in use, so there is no reason to worry about leakages.
This was another excellent product for kids to play 'art time' with. It comes with 3 of the Tadoodles Markers and spaces for three more of the Tadoodles range. My 2 year old niece loved the little tiger and his orange ink and wouldn't let it go even to play with another toy! She liked the sky-blue but wasn't too impressed with the "yukky" black penguin. It wasnt the ink, it was the character that put her off I think.
Personally, I thought the bus caddy was brilliant. We played with it in the same manner as any action toy, and had lots of fun singing "the wheels on the bus" at the top of our tone-deaf lungs. It gave this an extra level of play possibility that many art toys just dont have these days.
If you have a young one, then these are art toys you need to look at getting. Foster the talent early with things like this, and youre going to raise a bright, happy, talented kid.
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