The brightly coloured Baby First Train Puzzle is a great first puzzle for tiny hands.
Simple, easy to do, bright and colourful... but in the end just seems a little underwhelming. States that it is suitable for 18+ months, but honestly, my youngest had played it out and was bored with it by 10 months old.
Overall, it's cheap and basic... if that suits your kids it's worth exploring. The paint seems to be non-toxic (as evidenced by the fact my toddler still lives after much gumming on the pieces) but other than that it really doesn't have much going for it.
Random listing from 'Toys'...
Just what the doctor ordered: lots of accessories for great role-play fun! The Fisher-Price Medical Kit includes a stethoscope that really works! Plus a blood pressure cuff with a spinning gauge (big enough to fit grown-up patients!), a "sick-to-well" thermometer, pretend otoscope, spring-loaded syringe, and a bracelet style bandage that all fits into a soft "doctor" bag for storage.
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