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Fisher-Price Little People Helpful Neighbour’s Garage

£39.99 £23.99

Fisher-Price Little People Helpful Neighbour’s Garag

Turn the crank to ride the elevator up the garage levels. Ding, ding. Help a neighbor fix their car. Lift the mechanic’s platform to take a look under the hood, while the second car charges at the electronic charging station.

When they’re ready to roll, kids can send each Wheelies vehicle zooming down the spiral ramp to head out on their next adventure. Don’t forget to fill up at the gas pump.

Suitable for ages 18 months and above

 

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Fisher-Price Little People Helpful Neighbour’s Garage

From fueling up, tuning up, and zooming all around, there’s miles of fun for toddlers to discover at the Little People Helpful Neighbor’s Garage.

Turn the crank to ride the elevator up the garage levels. Ding, ding. Help a neighbor fix their car. Lift the mechanic’s platform to take a look under the hood, while the second car charges at the electronic charging station.

When they’re ready to roll, kids can send each Wheelies vehicle zooming down the spiral ramp to head out on their next adventure. Don’t forget to fill up at the gas pump.

Little things that make a big difference

Relationship Skills: Kids can take turns sending the vehicles zooming down the ramp, and see how fun it is to play together as they work together to fix their cars at the mechanic’s station.

Imaginative Play: With easy-to-grasp vehicles, kids can use their imaginations to create stories as they play.

Fine Motor: Little hands get a big workout as they grasp and move the vehicles, strengthening dexterity and hand-eye coordination.

Suitable for ages 18 months and above

 

 

Additional information

Weight 1.290 kg
Dimensions 37 × 14 × 34 cm

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