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Here a chick, there a chick...behind each of the 9 hinged doors on this charming barnyard scene is a delightful, magnetic animal. Learning about animals while improving memory and fine motor skills will keep children busy and having fun on the farm for hours!…

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Match and sort these 25 colorful wooden pieces, and skill-building is just part of the fun. Rings, octagons, and rectangles can be slotted onto the three rods, stacked on top of each other, or lined up to compare shapes, sizes, and colors. This first-concepts set…

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With this set of 100 colourful blocks, building is a great opportunity for quality family time playing together and pretending to build a city, a castle or anything the kids can imagine. For ages 3 and up.

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Load up the train with bright, colourful shapes and get learning off to a rolling start with this Indigo exclusive Stacking Train! The 15 easy-to-grasp wooden blocks slot onto rods on the flatcars, providing a great opportunity to practice fine motor skills. For…

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With this clever update of a classic toy set, wooden letter blocks are ready to roll! A cargo of 28 wooden alphabet blocks (featuring uppercase and lowercase letters) stows on the sturdy trailer of this wooden truck toy. Roll it along, unload the blocks, make a…

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The bright colours on these 36 wooden blocks will inspire lots of creative stacking and building. All the blocks fit neatly into a sturdy wooden pull-along cart! An outstanding value! Unit blocks are the ideal way to introduce the concept of part to whole.