This very attractive train has alphabet blocks which spin around as the train is pulled along.
Educational as well as fun to play with, this train is a sure winner. Blocks can be taken off the train to be used for building etc, and each alphabet block also has a picture relating to the letter.
I love this train, it has so many features and can be used for such a wide range of ages. My 19 month old loves pulling the blocks off and naming all the pictures and pulling it along. She does find it difficult to stack the blocks back on as some have to go on the top and some on the bottom - too advanced for her but the age does state 3+. I have had other children line up the letters and make words. The simple design makes it robust and easy to assemble for children. The turning blocks are eye catching and fun. Pull cord needs to be longer so children can stand and pull it.
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