"Old McDonald had a Farm" .....a classic song from our childhood memories and now you can introduce it to your child with this super chunky John Deere tractor and wagon designed by Ertl Toys.
Help the farmer place the animals in their designated seats for the hay ride. You know you have it right when the animals are pressed down and their realistic farm sounds radiate. When the Farmer is pressed into the drivers seat listen to the classic song, Old McDonald as they move along on the hay ride path you create.
Designed specifically for the younger child and small hands this "Chunky" John Deere tractor and wagon will not disappoint. Easy to grip and roll along, you can improve your childs hand and eye coordination while teaching them to use their imagination and creativity.
Made of high quality plastic, kids can go ahead and get it dirty. Cleanup is a cinch! Sized perfectly for on the go trips, easy to pack and play.
- 1 Super Chunky John Deere Tractor
- Hayride wagon (4 seats total)
- Free Rolling Wheels
- 1 Farmer
- 1 Pig
- 1 Lamb
- 1 Horse
- 1 Cow
- 3 AAA Batteries
- Measures 14 inches long
- Recommended for ages 18 months and over
Marween is a brightly-coloured and funny elf. Most elves are very even-tempered, friendly and high-minded creatures. Marween is a little different and all the elves love her for that. Marween has red hair, red striped socks and an a cheerfully decorated horse. Together with her racoon Piuh she's constantly coming up with new pranks, inventing funny magic tricks and most enjoys eating blueberry pie. The best thing about Marween is her funny stories that she loves telling in the evening in a circle with the other elves. Even Princess Eyela herself often rolls about with laughter upon hearing Marween's tales.Learn More
Lindariel pets her best friend: the little unicorn foal
All elves love animals and all animals live in harmony with the elves. Nevertheless, a friendship like the one between the gentle elf girl Lindariel and the little elf foal Amira is something quite special. Lindariel spends all her time with little Amira, pets her, feeds her and tells her all that she knows. Sometimes the two go jumping on the meadow along the stream, then they dream on under a willow tree. These two are so happy together that they beam with joy.Learn More
The white unicorn is of majestic beauty. At daybreak, when it grazes on the clearing in front of Yasira's tree-house, the morning dew glistens on his coat like a thousand diamonds. Only few elves are lucky enough to be able to see this wondrous creature. Even fewer have a unicorn as a friend. And only princesses or sorceresses can ride on them.Learn More
Just one more flap of his wings, then the flying horse lifts himself from the ground and soon disappears on the horizon with a glittering stripe. No being in all of Bayala flies as high and as fast as a Pegasus. And there is hardly any creature that is as noble and handsome. When you see him in the sky, he looks like a twinkling star. He has almost never before allowed an elf to ride him. Only the two chosen ones may ride on his back and get from one place to another with unimaginable speed.Learn More
When it comes to fighting, the lancer rides on the front line. With his lance and his armored destrier, hardly any foe is able to defeat him. His best friend is the dragon knight with the battle axe. Both of them have often helped each other out of dangerous situations.
- Magnetic Horse and Knight
- The dragon knight with his lance is riding courageously ahead towards the battlefield
- The dragon knight with his lance is absolutely dauntless and does not fear any foe
- Highly detailed
- Hand Painted
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- The enchantress Bilara is cheerily riding on her flower-bedecked unicorn
- She alone may bestride that wonderful magical creature
- Hand painted
Gallop and trot with this terrific stick pony. When its ear is pressed, listen to the playful horsey sounds. Excellent quality construction for years of "horseplay"! With attention to detail, it includes features such as, ultra-soft, furry fabric, a hand carved and painted stick handle, and easy-clean reins.
Dimensions: 39" x 5.5" x 11"Learn More
Gallop and trot with this elegant stick unicorn. When its ear is pressed, listen to the playful horsey sounds. Attention to detail, includes features such as ultra-soft and shimmering fabric, hand carved and painted stick handle, and easy-clean reins. Excellent quality construction for years of imaginative adventure.
Dimensions: 42" x 5.5" x 11"Learn More
This tough, two-piece tractor-trailer is ready to roll . . . and ready to build! Packed with wooden construction pieces and pre-drilled with holes for the wooden nails and bolts, the truck itself is a moving building site. Connect the painted building boards to create brightly colored structures on wheels! The building toy's 22 wooden toy pieces - including a hammer, screwdriver, wrench, board, nails, nuts, and bolts - store away inside the trailer to keep your little builder's supplies organized for the next big job. Big Rig Building Set wooden truck toy is great for fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination, and problem solving, and encourages imaginative play and manual dexterity.
Extension Activities: More Ways to Play and Learn:
- Ask the child to count the number of tools and to identify each one.
- Ask the child to sort the pieces by color. Have the child count the pieces in each color and the total number of pieces.
- Ask the child to connect two pieces using a nut and bolt. Ask the child to connect the joined pieces to the truck.
- Place four pieces from the building set in front of the child. Ask the child to study the pieces, then to close his/her eyes while you remove one. Ask the child to look again and identify which piece was removed.
Dimensions: 5.25" x 21" x 3.5"Learn More