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New toys at Early Learning Centre

by Jessica - February 16th, 2014.
Filed under: Early Learning Centre, New Toys.
Early Learning Centre just added these top new toys
Carry Along Kitchen
Carry Along Kitchen £30.00
The fantastic Carry Along Kitchen is a fold-out playset packed full of fun, realistic accessories for hours of pretend play. Complete with kitchen utensils, plates, pans, cutlery and play food, you can instantly have fun pretending to cook up delicious feasts in this portable play kitchen. The hob also lights out and makes realistic cooking sounds. Get together with friends, and cook up and serve meals to your toys and teddies: when play time is over, it's easy to store everything inside the kitchen, fold it up and turn it into a handy carry case!Not suitable for children under 36 months due to small parts.Quick facts:-Fold-out kitchen with accessories-Built-in play hob, menu and hooks-Lights and sounds-Folds up into a carry bag-Includes pans, plates, cutlery, kitchen utensils and play food-Store accessories in built-in drawer-Detailed graphics
Bosch Junior Work Bench
Bosch Junior Work Bench £25.00
There is lots to be done at the Bosch work bench, and your little engineer will be hard at work sawing, screwing, hammering and building. With lots of features, this set is perfect for imaginative play as your child pretends to work on special construction projects, and putting the bits and pieces together and turning the cogs helps teach cause and effect and develop creativity skills.Includes workbench, 3 nails, 3 screws, 3 nuts, 4 gear wheels, helmet, saw, screwdriver, pliers, vice, hammer and 2 lathes. Quick facts:-Workbench with realistic toy tools-Lots of accessories including nuts, bolts and construction pieces-Work surcave with learning function and other play options-Turn the cog wheel and watch the other wheels turn-Great for learning cause and effect, imaginative play and developing fine motor skillsWarning: helmet is not protective. Not suitable for children under 2 years.
Bosch Tool Box
Bosch Tool Box £20.00
Bosch toolbox with battery operated cordless drill and other tools.Requires 2 x AAA batteries.Not suitable for children under 3 years of age. Contains small parts that can be torn off and may, for example, be swallowed. Risk of suffocation.Only use under the supervision of an adult.
Sensory Ball
Sensory Ball £5.00
With an interestingly textured surface, your little one will be caprivated by this spiky but soft sensory ball. Easy to grip, they can toss it, drop it and roll it, and crawl after it as it rolls away. Great for little hands to explore, it helps encourage the development of tracking and motor skills, and feeds your little one's imagination.Suitable from 6 months.Great for:-Little hands to explore-Rolling and encouraging crawlingQuick facts:-Soft textured ball-Roll along and crawl after-Squish, squeeze and hug
Schleich Bald Eagle
Schleich Bald Eagle £4.99
The 'sea eagle,' or 'bald eagle', is the national bird of the United States of America and can be found near open water, a copious food supply and an old growth forest. Its most important food source is fish and it prefers to nest in tall, mature trees. This large bird can be forty-two inches in length, have a wingspan of eight feet and have a mass of fifteen pounds. Interestingly enough, the females tend to be significantly larger than the males.Usually living for a score or more, eagles may migrate if their water supply freezes. Mating for life, these birds share the work of raising chicks. The bald eagle has a goldenrod beak in stark contrast to its white and chocolate coloured plumage. Not suitable for children under 3 years.
Schleich Tyranosaurus Rex
Schleich Tyranosaurus Rex £4.99
Towering over other dinosaurs, the terrible T-Rex ran swiftly with long strides. Although it looked menacing, the T-Rex had little use for its short arms which only had two claws and could not reach its mouth.At almost twenty feet high and almost forty feet long, the T-Rex was not a great hunter but a scavenger, eating what other animals or dinosaurs left behind. Even though it had over fifty teeth that were over six inches long, its teeth were not used to chew but to tear since it swallowed its meals in chunks. To have better depth perception in looking for its next meal, the eyes of the T-Rex were both pointed forward so that its vision overlapped.