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“A Bilingual Farm”

published 06/01/2015

Advantagesteaches 2 languages, good quality toy


...The Chicco talking farm is for children aged 12 months and over and is available to buy from Amazon for about £25. I bought this toy for my son when he was about 18 months old from Tesco but they do not seem to sell this toy anymore, and the only place that seemed to still sell this toy was Amazon. For some reason I rarely buy Chicco products but I bought this toy anyway not really knowing what...

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“Happy Farm”

published 09/02/2015

Advantageswell made, promotes imaginative play

Disadvantagesexpensive, could be more animals provided

...My one year old son has quite a few bits from the Happyland range by Early Learning Centre. We added to his collection at Christmas with this farm set. The set currently costs £25 (February 2015) although we paid around £18 for in at the end of last year. It is, as with the rest of the Happyland range, aimed at children from 18 months of age. THE FARM The set is a large plastic barn...

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“Lunch on the Farm”

published 16/05/2015

Advantagesgood quality, good capacity


...I picked up this lunch bag for my youngest son in the recent sale event at Cath Kidston. I like the 'Cath Kids' range and have a few items from it so this was a nice addition to our collection. It is from the 'Home Farm' collection and cost me £12 (from £18). THE BAG The bag is quite generously sized for a lunch bag - at 18 x 24 x 12 cm. It is rectangular shaped with a curved top...

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