Hape Cityscape Transport Bucket Set for ages 3 and up. All aboard! With this colorful wooden train set, your little one will role-play as a conductor, an engineer, or a passenger for hours. The battery-powered locomotive has a working headlight and goes forward and backward but that’s just part of the urban fun. The train station, shops, construction site, airport, and openable plane provide endless creativity and storytelling.
The practical bucket holds all 80 pieces for storage and carrying, which also actually forms part of an imaginary city as four removable wooden panels with lifelike graphics can be placed in the layout. Kids will spend hours building bridges and a full transport system, helping them learn to organize and practice language, social, oral, and creative skills.
Winner of the 2022 PAL Award. Entertain your little one for hours on end with this 80-piece wooden train set, bursting with urban scenes to power their imagination. A battery-powered locomotive engine and bright colors bring this world to life. The convenient bucket and lid actually form part of an imaginary city as four removable wooden panels with lifelike graphics can be placed in the layout. With a train station, roads, shops, construction site, fire station, airport, and an openable plane, your child’s creativity will create endless stories and fun. The battery-powered engine featuring a working headlight goes both forwards and in reverse. A reversible magnet allows connection in either direction - much easier for little hands and required 2 AAA batteries.
My Opinion: This is perfect for my young nephew as it has real sounds, and imagination play, allows you to create and run your own town which is fun and you learn social skills, building, designing, and more this will make a great Christmas gift.
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