Get ready to rev up the excitement with this easy-to-assemble monster truck kit. Includes wooden truck, wheels, axles, paint, paintbrush, glue, and truck-themed stickers. An ideal party activity or favor.Learn More
With his big teeth and paddle tail on show, Chopper Beaver Stuffed Animal is an especially appealing example of a very cute woodland species! This stuffed toy features lots of interesting textures to touch, pet and snuggle.
Dimensions: 9" x 8" x 6"Learn More
This top secret "super solution" has been formulated to create the biggest, brightest most colorful bubbles on earth! Each two-liter bottle of Gazillion Bubbles solution comes with a specially designed nine-in-one bubble wand that easily snaps into the cap. With Gazillion Bubbles and the multi-bubble wand, you'll run out of breath before you run out of bubbles!
- Safe, non-toxic bubble solution
- Doesn't stain clothing or furniture
- Formulated to create the biggest, brightest most colorful bubbles
- Comes with a 9-in-1 bubble wand, which easily snaps into the cap
- For ages 3 and up
Because of their funny appearance, Shropshire sheep have been made into heroes of various children's series for quite some time. They have amusing adventures as clay figurines.
Shropshire sheep are an old English domesticated breed with a light-coloured coat and a dark-coloured head. These animals are very low-maintenance which is why they're very popular with the farmers. Farmers happily let them graze amongst fruit and conifer crops since they don't chew up the young shoots.
- Dimensions: 0.8" L x 2.2" W x 2" H
Orangutans are known for being one of the most intelligent primates. They use tools, build elaborate nests, and even have societal and cultural traits! Orangutans hang out in the trees most of the day.
Found naturally in the rainforests of Asia, both species of Orangutan are endangered! Kids can learn about this amazing species and play with this interactive set from Playmobil.
A fun addition to Playmobil play sets like the Playmobil Volcano, or any of the Zoo, Dinos or Wild Life series.
- Adult Orangutan with poseable head, arms, and legs
- Baby Orangutan posed in a playful position
Recommended for ages four and up.Learn More
Not for children under the age of 3.
Internationally, there are more chickens than any other fowl.
Popular for their eggs and meat, chickens can be housed at a home, at a farm or by the thousands. For its health benefits and supply, chicken is consumed across the globe. As omnivores, chickens eat insects, seeds, and even mice and lizards. Throughout a three week long incubation, hens incubate and rotate their eggs, fertilized or not. Living up to a decade, chickens generally stay on land but have been known to fly in short bursts. As a flock, chickens abide by a pecking order. This way, the dominant birds always get first choice.
- Dimensions: 2" L x 1" W x 0.8" H
Make cool sparkling stickers with press-on glitter! Our patented technology lets kids get the look and feel of real glitter without the mess. One simple process creates amazing results: Just peel away a section of white paper from the sticker shapes to reveal the sticky surface, then select one of the different-colored glitter sheets to press on for instant sparkling art. With 17 foam stickers and five glitter sheets, there are racecars and monster trucks galore!Learn More
Make 2 gorgeous peel-and-sparkle scenes! Melissa & Doug's patented technology lets kids get the look and feel of real glitter without the mess. One simple process creates amazing results: Just peel away a section of white paper from the flower and butterfly scenes to reveal the sticky surface, then press on one of the glitter sheets for instant sparkling art.Learn More
Females can give birth to thirty young annually.
Coming out to eat at dusk, rabbits and hares find soft shoots and grasses while being alert to potential danger. They use their front incisors to cut their food while the teeth near the back grind it. Their front teeth never dull because they grow throughout their entire life. When threatened, they bounce away looking for a place to hide. Depending on speed to escape from predators, these mammals use their strong hind legs and feet, often bounding in a zig zag pattern or even just leaping into the air.Learn More