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Melissa & Doug
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Designed to fit in the garage of Hi-Rise Dollhouse or to use as a stand-alone play set, this cool-and-classic collection includes ...four play people and an open-top wooden car. The pose-able people--a man, woman, boy, and girl--make up the cast for countless adventures, whether imagining vacation travels or acting out the morning's errands about town! With sturdy wooden construction and tough, smooth-rolling wheels, this cheerful play set is a charming way to add imagination to playtime! Read More

Melissa & Doug
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Melissa & Doug Nesting, Sorting Garages and Cars Zoom the wooden cars, build with the blocks, match the cars to their are lots of ways to play and learn with this versatile learning set. The seven graduated garages (all decorated with objects to count and colors to match) can be arranged to make a colorful town, or stacked to make a tower tall with learning opportunities. Then nest them for neat and easy storage. Best of all, each one matches one of seven stackable wooden cars by size, color and number, opening up endless opportunities for stacking, counting, hide-and-seek, mix-and-match, imaginative play. Read More

Melissa & Doug
$12.99 at Sears

Crafted from select hardwood and accented with child-safe dyes, Stacking Cars feature bright colors, a clever contour that stacks any combination and easy-roll wheels that are simple for babies and toddlers to spin. They're ideal for young toddlers improving hand-eye coordination and becoming more interested in imitating the real world around them. And with lots of colorful interest and race-ready wheels, these wooden toys will keep older toddlers and preschoolers busy building sorting skills and vocabulary, and initiating a world of imaginative play!Extension Activities: More Ways to Play and Learn:Talk to your child about the colors on each car and its wheels. Touch each car as you talk about it, and encourage your child to touch the car as well. (This is a green car with red wheels. Can you pat the red wheels?) Pause between sentences to give your child a chance to touch the car or mimic your speech.Roll a car along the floor, making exaggerated car-play noises. (Beep-beep! Here we go! Vroooom!) Encourage your child to follow your actions with one of the other two cars.Stack the cars on top of each other, counting as you go.Create a story about one of the cars, narrating its progress as it moves along. (The red car is driving to the beach. Beep beep! Don't forget your hat! Now let's drive to the grocery store. Should we buy some bananas?) Read More

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