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Description Dora the Explorer Draw and Drive encourages creative play for pre-schoolers. The foldable mat features lots of exciting places for Dora to explore and people to visit. Children decide where they want ... more

Activity Gym & Mats

Description 25 short adventures in thinking. Where did the universe come from? Is time travel possible? Is it morally acceptable to design babies genetically? If you have ever asked yourself such questions, then ... more

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“"Gym" for Babies”

published 21/08/2014

Bright colours, 4 toys included, good for keeping baby entertained before they can sit up

Playmat is quite thin

...My mum bought this baby gym to keep at their house for when we brought our baby to visit. She bought it in a baby event from Asda, where it cost £15, reduced from £30 RRP. It is currently priced at £18.70 from Amazon, but I have noticed it is regularly discounted in the regular baby events held by the supermarkets. The ?gym? is basically a play mat where baby can play in the early days before...

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sturdy, strong, robust, attractive, compact

difficult to assemble, not as much fun as it could be

...~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Little Tikes Junior Activity Gym ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Most crèches or children?s play areas seem to have one of these activity gyms and they looked bright and colourful so we decided to get one for my brothers first birthday. The activity gym as shown in the picture is made up of four side panels, each with holes in for the child to climb through. There is...

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“The No Frills Gym”

published 22/03/2011

Very cheap, open all hours

Not the biggest, can get very busy

...Until very recently, I had never even heard of the chain of Pure Gyms around the country, much less ever set foot in one. The very name of the place conjured up all sorts of ideas of steroid-laden meatheads, although this was actually a very false preconception. A work colleague had suggested several times that I join up and start going to the one in Manchester ? I have been commuting there...

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