Product Type: ELC baby toys
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ELC HappyLand Prehistoric Pals
Member Name: Whizz11
ELC HappyLand Prehistoric Pals
Advantages: Cute, well made
The Early Learning Centre in my local town was shutting down recently. Apparently they are shutting quite a few of their smaller store to concentrate on the bigger Mothercare stores that they have an area in. That being the case they were having a really good sale so I picked up quite a few different Happyland sets.
HappyLand is a place where children's imagination can run wild and ELC offer a range of fabulous buildings, characters, animals and vehicles from this great range. With HappyLand toys children can build a collection that can be added to over time to create an imaginary town and learn about all walks of life. This will help to stimulate imagination, improving social skills and inspiring your child to explore and enjoy.
One of the sets I bought was the Prehistoric pals which I think cost me less than £2 which I thought was a very good bargain. I really only bought it because it was in the sale, we don't really have any dinosaur villages or anything like that but I have a new born baby boy and all little boys I know love dinosaurs so I thought these would be a nice little investment for him a in few years although we really like playing with them now.
The set consists of 3 dinosaurs. These are not scary, realistic dinosaurs so no true to life characters here. Instead these dinosaurs are pink and actually really cute looking. One of them looks to me like a triceratops, it is green and has that crown around the back of its head with spikes on it and has orange horns and orange spots on it. Another of the dinosaurs looks like dino and has a really long neck and long tail. He has bent his neck around and is eating leaves from a tree branch he has in his mouth. This is a great way of teaching about herbivours and carnivours and telling kids about meat eaters and animals that just eat greens. The last dinosaur is the pinky purple dinosaur so I'm not actually sure what species he/she is but its quite cute and fun looking.
The dinosaurs are made of a thick plastic and so are very well made. They are fairly large, large enough that a small child cannot put them in their mouth or swallow them so they are perfect for under two's to play with. They are great fun and a great addition to the HappyLand family.
Summary: Early Learning Centre prehistoric pals
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