My Barnyard Friends Play Set


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Little ones will love My Barnyard Friends Play Set, containing a handful of plush farm animals in an assortment of colours, shapes, textures and sounds. Set also includes a plush barn house with corduroy roof, handle and Velcro closure to neatly store the animals when not in use.

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Product dimensions:1" H × 1" W × 1" LShipping dimensions:7" H × 9" W × 7" LShipping weight:1.25 lbs.Style:My Barnyard FriendsUPC:092943204348

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Customer Reviews of My Barnyard Friends Play Set


Rated 2 out of 5 by from Daughter loves it, but the sound gave out We were given this item as a gift for our daughter. After 2 days of use the cow stopped Mooing and a week later the pig noise maker has stopped working. The duck and rooster still work, but I am waiting to see how long that lasts (and she isn't playing with it constantly as I only take it out every couple days as we rotate toys....). It is too bad they stopped making noise as she loved the toy!
Date published: 2015-04-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from She loves it I bought this for my little one for Christmas and she loves it. I love it, too, I have to say. The Cow and Rooster have such big – and realistic – sounds for such small animals. The Pig seems to be her favourite, though, even though he just squeaks (and our dog goes crazy every time; have to hide it from her). My daughter likes to chew on him and I'm constantly wiping him off and letting him air dry. The toys are surprisingly tiny and manageable. I certainly don't have space for a million things in the house, and I was pleased by the size of the barn itself. Only drawbacks: I'm sad that the Duck doesn't quack (it's a rattle), nor do the animals have their names on them like in the picture. My daughter has Down Syndrome and her developmental therapist absolutely LOVES this toy as well. Good stuff!
Date published: 2015-02-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So simple and cute My son received this as a Christmas gift and he loves it. He's 5 months old and the animals are a perfect size for him to hold. The sounds capture his attention and he gets so excited when he sees the little red barn. A simple concept, but an instant favourite!
Date published: 2014-01-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Apparently for all ages! Purchased for my one year old, however his two older siblings also want to use it all the time.  One of his favourite toys.  Bought it for him after watching him put anything he could find, in any container around.  His favourite activity, now with fun animals!
Date published: 2013-12-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Surprisingly Popular My little girl received this as a baby gift when she was born so it didn't become useful until a few months in. Before she could crawl, she would notice the noises each animal would make (if you have a dog, I would suggest keeping the duck away as it is eerily similar to the PetSmart quacking ducks and my dog went NUTS and the duck went missing for days), and she would turn her head toward the sound. As my daughter grew and started grasping objects, the fuzz on the rooster and the feet on the duck became her favourite playthings to feel. Now that she's walking and running with things in her hands, she will not go anywhere without carrying the barn around like a purse. She also especially loves making noises by opening the velcro clasp over and over. Typically, I come home from work and she's dumped the animals out (leaving the duck for our dog, of course), and is swinging the barn around by its handle. For a surprsingly simple set of toys, we have had almost a year's worth of fun with it. I just purchased the "My First Pet," set for her because she loves this farm one so much. A note though, my set did not have the animal's names written on them like they do in the image. I am not sure if the rest are like mine or like the image. Perhaps I am just lucky and have to get my permanent marker out...
Date published: 2012-07-05