Wheelies Play 'n Go Construction Site
• Suitable for ages 1 1/2 - 5 years
• Adult assembly - no tools required
Snap together storage for take-along fun!
Set up and play in many different ways
Includes Wheelies bulldozer
My son has been really into cars at the moment and will play for long amounts of time with the cars on his road mat. One day his dad but cushions and teatowels and stuff under the car mat to make little hills and ramps which my boy thought was the best thing ever. We wanted to get him something he could roll cars down as he loved it so much and found these cool wheelies sets at the warehouse.
We did look at the hot wheels ones but they looked a bit too old for him and these were designed for kids his age. This playse comes with the ramps designed to look like a constuction site and one wheelies bulldozer designed to fit the track. We have also got a zoo and a farm playset too so have four animal wheelies that he can also use on this track.
The cool thing with these sets is they can all connect to one another so you have a really big track for your wheelie pals. We can connect all three of our sets into one big track so he can roll more than one car down a track at a time. They connect really easily too and have little snap on tabs to click them on and take them back off again so it doesn't take long at all to build the tracks.
My boy also likes to get his hot wheels cars and roll them down the tracks too and as the wheelies are a little bit bigger than the hot wheels cars they can fit the tracks too. He can play with these sets for a long time he finds it so entertaining watching the cars come down and it is quite educational for him so that is a bonus for us.
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