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Just recently, I got the plan toys Circus toy for my kids to play with.
After doing our evening pick up and after dinner of course, Friday evening we pulled out the box. While my kids were trying to get the box from me they kept guessing what kind of toy it was. My 6 year olds first though was Play Dough. But it wasn't, It was the Plan Toys Circus activity set.
A little information on this specific toy, the age of this toy is labeled at 3 years and above.
The Child Development Skills, which can be found here are creative development skills, Language and Communication skills and Social Development skills. I agree that this toy is appropriately aged. My 6 year old, enjoyed playing with the circus when we pulled it out that evening. However, he has not asked to bring it back out specifically for him to play. My 3 year old, really seemed to enjoy the Circus that evening, and since opening it up, he has pulled it out both on Saturday and Sunday evening to play with it again. Many times, toys don't get played with but once, and then they're done at least for awhile.
So Friday evening, I sat down on the floor in our living room and opened up the box and began putting it together. As I was opening the packages to get it set up, I looked for the directions on how to put things together. The directions weren't very clear, so for a pregnant brain like mine, It took me a minute to figure out some of the pieces at first. But it wasn't really that hard.
When I asked my 3 year old what his favorite part about the circus was, he said the magic box. In the set, there is a magic box, and there is a little person you put in there and make him disappear. It was so fun to amaze them at first, then they figured out how I did it.
I wasn't the coolest magic mommy after they figured it out. Then they proceeded to make him disappear themselves.
A little later though my 3 year old found the booklet with the other plan toys products in there and began telling me which one he wanted.
Which is great, because Christmas is coming up, and I've already started racking my brain trying to figure out educational toys to get them for Christmas this year. It is so hard to buy for the kids who have so many toys already.
So all in all, my kids had a great time playing with the circus. If you recall the earlier post I had about Plan Toys and how they are all natural toys (so no lead paint to worry about) Then you know I'm excited about this toy because of the all natural no harmful toxins involved in making the toy.
And plan toys has so many different age group toys as well. You really could get all of your Christmas shopping done for all of your little ones just shopping at Plan Toys, and that really does make a huge difference when shopping for different age groups.
And you could get a head start on your Christmas shopping for your little ones. Plan Toy's is allowing me to give away The Plan Toys Circus Activity Set to one lucky reader!
This giveaway will be open until Nov. 8th 12pm Central Time.
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