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ELC Belaur the Three-Headed Dragon

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  • Sturdy
  • Good for imagination
  • Sometimes the paint comes off
  • NOT a young child's toy
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      07.08.2016 00:34
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      Advantages

      • Sturdy
      • "Good for imagination"
      • Fun

      Disadvantages

      • "Sometimes the paint comes off"
      • "NOT a young child's toy"

      The toy of my childhood but could be better

      When I was ten I spent all my money to buy a big castle and had this exact toy. I am surprised to find it in the baby toys section and this is definitely not how it is marketed, but I shall review it as if it were just in the toy section.

      For a start this is a fun toy, it looks cool with the four heads and the picture here really doesn't capture just how bright and vivid the colours (especially the gold) were, and also the level of detail on things like their faces and the wings. These toys and the whole selection are really good for the imagination and the beauty is they can be adapted to anything - dragons can go with castles, or monster scenes or anything else you can think of. These toys are also pretty sturdy - this is not to say they aren't flexible because the wings particularly bent quite easily - but they do not feel like they will break and I can't remember ever having one that did.

      However you do need to be very careful about what age group you allow to have this toy. I have already addressed it should not be a baby's toy - could bite off small bits, may be a bit scary, wouldn't be appropriate - but I think this should be for ages 8-10+ depending on the child. Also the paint used to peel slightly which doesn't affect the quality of their look that much but could be slightly dangerous I suppose.

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  • Product Details

    At a Glance Belaur the Three-headed Dragon is a colourful monster that brings excitement to your child's imaginative adventures. With three scary heads Features and benefits for ELC Belaur the Three-Headed Dragon Belaur the Three-headed Dragon is a colourful monster that brings excitement to your child's imaginative adventures. With three scary heads for three times the fun.Belaur the Three-headed Dragon is an amazing-looking creature you're your child can bring to life. Belaur will add extra excitement to your child's imaginative adventures. Your child can fly the dragon around, use it to bring havoc to knights and other toys, and make Belaur's three heads roar! Belaur the Three-headed Dragon is a good handful, and is also ideal for taking out and about for your child to enjoy wherever they are. Quick facts:??Belaur the Three-headed Dragon ??Fantastic mythical toy dragon with 3 heads??Great for inspiring exciting imaginative adventures??Good size for your child to hold and carryGreat for your child's development:Playing with a fantasy toy character, such as Belaur the Three-headed Dragon, is a really fun way for your child to enjoy imaginative play. Your child can enjoy holding and carrying the three-headed dragon, and inventing adventures for it. Imaginative play is a key way that your child learns about the world, and it is through pretend play that your child can express themselves, feel free and learn to think creatively. Inventing adventures for Belaur the Three-headed Dragon, giving it a character and making it make lots of noise (three-times the noise of a normal dragon!), is a great way for your child to build their communication skills as well as enjoy exciting and engrossing imaginative play. ELC star quality:We love Belaur the Three-headed Dragon because its three heads make it three times the fun! This monster is great for bringing triple trouble and awesome action to your child's imaginative adventures. And with three heads, it has three times the character, and your child can help it make three times the noise! We know children will love bringing Belaur to life. And the toy dragon is great for playing with the Tower of Doom too (available separately). What you need to know:Pack contents: 1 x dragon Other toys and accessories available separately. Safety warnings: Not suitable for children under 36 months due to small parts. What's in the box: 1 x 3 Headed Dragon