10/02/2015

Wood and Wonder - Wooden Till - Review & Competition



Noah and I adore wooden toys. They look fabulous, are usually great value for money and are very hard wearing too. What I love about them is that they are the type of toy which don't need all the buttons, the lights or the batteries. They really encourage your child to use their imagination and in this day and age where everything is electronic this is invaluable for both children and parents alike.  

Last week I came across a website called Wood and Wonder which is a home run business that specialise in wooden toys. I was asked if I would like to review a toy from their wonderful site and of course I obliged. 




We were sent the Wooden Till to review and couldn't wait for it to arrive. At just £14.95 it's an absolute bargain. It's made from a very sturdy wood and put together beautifully. It's painted with bright primary colours which ticks another box with me as I like to avoid pinks and blues with toys. 




The till features a credit card, a till roll, money drawer, scanner and chunky coins. It's suitable for 3 years+ but Noah has been fine with it under supervision. He doesn't often put things in his mouth but obviously I watch him when he's playing. 




Noah has had so much fun with the till already. He spent a good chunk of the evening sat at his little table, pressing the buttons and counting his coins. I can see us both having years of fun with this and it's only going to become more entertaining as he gets older. We do love a little bit of role play.


How would you like to win one of your very own? Wood and Wonder have been kind enough to offer one as a prize to a lucky reader. To enter all you need to do is enter below. Good luck and don't forget to check out all my other competitions

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1. 1 prize to 1 winner.
2. Prize supplied directly from the brand.
3. Competition ends 30/10/15
4. Incomplete entries with be disqualified.
5. UK entries only.

180 comments:

  1. I love this! looks like Noah is having lots of fun! x

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  2. The mixer looks lovely. My twins love baking cupcakes at their play kitchen!

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  3. The Train set as lots of nice accessories to go with the track

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  4. I like the bunny cart because of it's adorable ears and it has a shape sorter.

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  5. The bear walker as it offers lots of different activities .

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  6. I love the spinning gears, an unusual toy I've not seen before

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  7. I like the xylophone, my son loves his and I think they look so beautiful

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  8. love the UFO I could play with it myself :)

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  9. The kitchen would give my granddaughter the opportunity to play out the activities she sees everyday in the home. I love the quality of it too.

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  10. I like the threading apple. Never seen anything like it before! Beautifully unique !

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  11. The space ship looks so much fun, and unusual to see in wood really!

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  12. The Train Set for £34.95 is my favourite. Wood is so beautiful and enduring.

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  13. Love the doctors set, my little one would love it x

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  14. love the wooden kitchen, so i can train them young :)

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  15. I love the UFO - it looks really cool - my son would love it!

    Ashleigh

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  16. I think the Spinning Ring is really funky looking! My nephews would love it!

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  17. Love the doctor kit

    Kay Panayi

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  18. I love the balance bikes, especially the star one. It encourages kids to play outdoors and be active.

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  19. The Lion Money box for my little grandson

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  20. i like wooden cake, so girly plus i hope L would want to eat and it will stimulate her to eat more in general

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  21. Mushroom magic looks like fun, love the bright colours

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  22. I love the wooden kitchen because it's so well made & my kids would LOVE playing with it!

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  23. The ufo attractive colours looks fun to play with x

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  24. Love the wooden cake, my kids love bringing play food for everyone to eat and would love the fact they could slice the cake! I love wooden toys aswell!

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  25. The Rabbit Cart looks so cute!

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  26. I really like the UFO as it's something different.

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  27. The Kitchen Mixer :D http://www.woodandwonder.co.uk/#!product/prd1/4251983645/mixer

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  28. I love the wooden shopping trolley and I have a little monster who would love it even more.

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  29. I really like the clock, it teaches numbers, time and it's a puzzle all in 1!

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  30. My favourite product is the wooden UFO! It looks so cute and fun and very durable too!

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  31. I love the shopping trolley, Noah loves nothing more than pushing things around the house.

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  32. The UFO - that alien is so cute!!

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  33. The space ship, id love to play with it myself lol x

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  34. The Kitchen is fabulous & such a great price. My little girl has loads of playfood & pots and pans but no kitchen this would be great for her.

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  35. I like the balancing moon. My little boy is always trying to balance cars ontop of other cars he would love this

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  36. The UFO is so cool looking!!

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  37. Ahh what a fab website. I love the alphabet trains and the shape sorters!

    Would love to win this fab prize :)

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  38. I like the clock puzzle - fun and educational

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  39. The UFO looks great, haven't seen anything like that in wood before.

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  40. I love the train set with accessories. My little one is train mad

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  41. I like The Ringer,it's a good idea having the spikes all joined to the stand,it keeps everything together.

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  42. I think the xylophone is fab - my 2 children love anything that makes a noise & they could make beautiful music with that!!

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  43. I love the Scales! Great at getting kids to learn about different weights.

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  44. I love the UFO, I've never seen one like this and it looks cool!

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  45. I really like the xylophone because I'm musical myself and would love to pass that skill on.

    http://www.woodandwonder.co.uk/#!product/prd1/4211950731/xylophone

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  46. The ufo never seen anything like this before

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  47. I like the push along monkey!

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  48. I like the Cake in the role play section as hey who does'nt like cake!

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  49. I like the Cake in the role play section as hey who does'nt like cake!

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  50. The Traffic Teaser is a toy that never goes out of fashion

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  51. The train set looks good...it's a classic

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  52. Love the rabbit cart, perfect for my little one as his best friend is his rabbit Martha :) x

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  53. my little boy would love this till

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  54. I really like the Push Monkey. It looks really funny.

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  55. I love the pirate skittles. They look like they'd be hours of fun in the garden but also up and down the hall on a bad weather day.

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  56. I like the Puzzle Farm, it would appeal to my little Grandson who loves animals and puzzles

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  57. My daughter would love this! She is very imaginative and it would help with her development! Thanks for offering us the chance to win :)

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  58. I love the train set because it would be so fun for playing with and especially at Xmas

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  59. The Train set because it reminds me of my childhood.x

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  60. I love the UFO its such a great shape and really unusual!

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  61. i like the balance bike- flower. i think lillie pops would have so much fun...and secretly that it would tire her out too :)

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  62. they ALL look great but i would pick the Doctors set

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  63. The bell rattle would be great for a newborn!

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  64. The train set is amazing and the UFO is one of the best toys I have ever seen!!!

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    1. Sorry, didn't say why - I love these two items as I know the kids would get years of play out of them and they could be handed down through the years and give so much enjoyment!

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  65. What gorgeous photos of your little boy.

    What a great site, I love the puzzles, in particular the cogs one xx

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  66. I like the little Wooden Pull Ship

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  67. The Threading Apple because it's quite unusual

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  68. The cash register, always love playing shop

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  69. I like the rabbit cart, 2 in 1 toy, a ride on and a shape sorter

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  70. love the UFO and kids would love it too as one of there favorite books is aliens love underpants

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  71. The Colour Spiral looks brilliant. It would be great for learning about movement, force, colour and counting which are all things my son is learning about the world

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  72. The doctors set would encourage great role play

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  73. I love the wooden sword and shield, and I am sure my son would too!

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  74. Red guitar -perfect for little hands

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  75. This till, we've been looking at plastic ones, didn't even know they did wooden ones

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  76. I love the Kitchen! My son only has a plastic one at the minute and it's nowhere near as nice as the wooden ones :)

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  77. I love the UFO - its so unique and colourful.

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  78. What a gorgeous till - I love the little scanner!
    Thanks for linking up with #TriedTested this week x

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  79. I love the UFO it is so cute .. I adore it :)

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  80. I like the traffic teaser. My son always finds a toy like this in waiting rooms & it really keeps him entertained :) x

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  81. The scales are great - the kids could do lots of learning playing with these

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  82. I love the balancing moon, it would look great in my daughters room and its educational too, win win.

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  83. I'm in love with the hsirdresser set as my son is always pretending to be my hairdresser!

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  84. All looks great but I particularly like the wooden doctor's set, looks like it would be great quality :)

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  85. http://www.woodandwonder.co.uk/#!product/prd1/4251297815/rabbit-cart

    It helps in learning shapes, is a fantastic speedster

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  86. The ufo as my son wants to be an astronaut and he already has a rocket!

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  87. Wooden Toys are the best!! I love everything in the Role play section, but i also love the Building Blocks.

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  88. wooden clock because a fun puzzle with added bonus of being a learning tool too

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  89. I love the till, my little twinnies love playing with pretend money

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  90. The train set looks lovely
    Joanna Coleshill

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  91. I love the balance bike. It might help them to ride a bike.

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  92. I like the UFO spaceship.

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  93. this would be perfect for my daughter

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  94. i love the clock puzzle, makes learning the time fun with the bright colours

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  95. Rabbit cart there is lots to do with it

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  96. I like the ufo set, its something abit different x

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  97. I love the rabbit cart because its so cute and looks like fun.

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  98. i love the coffee mixer! caleb loves pretending to have tea parties so i know he'd love it to with his tea set

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  99. I like the building blocks. I had some of these as a child, and I think my granddaughter would love them.

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  100. I love this beautiful dolls cradle :) perfect for my little princess who loves playing mummy xxx http://www.woodandwonder.co.uk/#!product/prd1/4251991925/doll's-cradle

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  101. I love the dolls pram & I know my girls would too! It looks a perfect, sturdy pram for any child & that's why I like it

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  102. I like the doctors set. All kids love to make their toys better

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  103. love the wooden scales, my boys would have so much fun with these

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  104. The Rabbit Cart because it is a cute ride on and also has a shape sorter.

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  105. Love this and the doctors set - love wooden toys

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  106. It's got to be this train set. Both my boy and girl love trains, so many little adventures can be created, at only £34.95 it's very reasonable too. http://www.woodandwonder.co.uk/#!product/prd1/4252000015/train-set

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  107. Love this kitchen set http://www.woodandwonder.co.uk/#!product/prd1/4251981755/kitchen - My two love small world and role play.

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  108. The doctor set would be perfect for my niece who's mum is a doctor, she keeps stealing her stethoscope so having one of her own would be great. Found the perfect christmas present ! Thanks for this article.

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  109. Isabell Whitenstall26 October 2015 at 21:31

    I love the train set and I know Ryan would love it because he is train mad

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  110. The Doctor Set is our favourite :)

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  111. i love the ufo. i know it would be my nephews fav

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  112. Hairdresser set because its very educational

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  113. Love the UFO - really different and cute!

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  114. I like the train set and the shopping trolley. My eldest loves both trains and things to carry his toys that he can push round.

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  115. my favourite item is the rabbit cart. love that you can use it so many ways

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  116. the kitchen - my children love copying me while I bake, etc

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  117. I think the Rabbit Cart looks fabulous!

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  118. The Bunny cart. It is both fun and educational

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  119. Oh what lovely toys! I particularly love the wooden cooker. My budding little cook loves to rustle up pretend meals for me. She'd be busy all day long with this.

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  120. Love the puzzle clock. It not only teaches numbers but also how to tell the time.

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  121. Got to be Frog Croquet! Because I am frog obsessed, and I think croquet is a fun game to play that teaches good co-ordination skills as well

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  122. the kitchen, it would provide so many hours of play and enjoyment, with just as much mess as in my kitchen

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  123. I love the kitchen as it's not pink! My son love the kitchen corner at playgroup but they are all so girly!

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  124. Love the Train set - my grandson loves trains exspecially Thomas the Tank Engine

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  125. My daughter would love the DOLL'S CRADLE :-)

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  126. Love the doctors kit! My daughter wants to be a doctor when she grows up so she can go to work with nanna. This looks like the perfect starter set! :)

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  127. My boy loves the mixer as he likes to make soups like mummy in it.

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  128. I really like the till you reviewed but the rabbit cart is great too, I think my daughter would love it

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  129. I absolutely love the Train Set! My little girl would love it!

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  130. http://www.woodandwonder.co.uk/#!product/prd1/4251981755/kitchen my little girl would love this,she has a plastic one but it isnt sturdy wood ones are so much better

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  131. The wooden rabbit cart looks like great fun

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  132. I love the rabbit cart. Looks like wee ones can sit on it to!

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  133. I like the wooden kitchen. My little girl would play with it whilst I'm cooking.

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  134. I love the UFO. Perfect for little hands. x

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  135. The balancing moon is fab! Would keep my son amused for hours!

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  136. I like balancing moon - great way to teach coordination

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  137. The Pirate Skittles because pirates are cool and also because we are trying to teach Jacob to roll balls as at the minute he just chucks them or kicks them

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