As you may know Lamb was chosen to be part of the Big Jigs Play Patrol this year. Which is amazing because he absolutely loves his wooden train track.
So far we have reviewed figure of eight track which is lovely, and the perfect set for a gift or to start a collection.
We all know little boys (and girls!) love dinosaurs so when Lamb received his Dino Crane and Dino Train he was excited to say the least.
It was time to get out every last piece of Big Jigs track we have a create the biggest train track ever. (It’s always got to be the biggest ever hasn’t it!)
From observing Lamb play with his new Dino range I’ve noticed him using his imagination more. He’s making up stories, ‘running away’ from the Dino Crane (because he’s a bad guy), and creating characters.
Adding a theme to his track makes it a little different from his usual train set. It allows him to be creative and enjoy his trains in a different way.
As you can see from the photo below he loves adding random toys to his track. Most of the time he has to call Fireman Sam to help fix the track when it breaks! Even Mr Potato Head is involved in this track!
We were also sent the Low Level Expansion Pack which was so useful. This pack consists of 25 play pieces including straight & curved track segments, junctions, crossroads and more.
No matter how complicated we build the tracks, Lamb always wants one bigger and better. We constantly ‘run out’ of track so can never have enough.
As always Lamb has been loving his Big Jigs train track and will continue to do so for many years! Hopefully one day he will let his brother share… When he’s a little older and less destructive!
Do your little ones love wooden train tracks?
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