This classic wooden trolley is a must for any toddler.
Not only will it help develop stability and taking those first steps, but the blocks will then provide years of building fun. Your child will enjoy stacking the colourful shapes to create imaginary towns and buildings.
All kids will love the 34 brightly coloured shaped wooden blocks.
Super sturdy and stylish, your wee one will love this!
Suitable from walking age upwards.
I remember having a wooden block trolley when I was little they are such a classic toy that I had to get one for my son. I had heard great things about the mocka ones from friends and after looking at cheaper versions that seemed a bit flimsy I decided to get this one.
I was not disappointed the quality of this trolley is great, the wood is solid so it doesn't tip up when my son is walking behind it, and the handle is extremely sturdy so he can get a good grip and push the trolley along. The wheels spin easily so it glides across the floor easily, my son zooms around pushing this thing like crazy. The other thing about the wheels is they are securely put on so they are not going to fall off.
My son loves this,he loves loading up the trolley and pushing it around gathering more and more things as he goes and then having a balancing act at trying to keep everything inside the trolley as he runs about. It has created hours of play! And when he wants to just sit down and play the wooden blocks are lots of fun to stack and build towers with for even more fun play time!
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