ELC Metal fork and Spade set Reviews
Product Type: ELC Outdoor Toy
Description:Brand: Early Learning Centre / Type: Kids gardening kit
Newest Review: ... The set comes in pink, green and blue although there was no question what colour to buy our daughter as she is daft on ... more
Customer ELC Metal fork and Spade set Reviews (6)
by - written on 05/08/11 (Very useful, 50 readings)
When we moved into our new house last year we were very excited by the size of the garden and as Hope has seen the different flowers appearing throughout the year she has become more and more interested in getting involved with the garden. She began to start copying us doing the gardening but by getting her hands involved so she would dig with her hands and scrabble about for 'weeds'. I decided that the time had come to get her own little gardening set so she could get involved properly as there was no way I wanted her to start trying to use ours as they are heavy and quite sharp, definitely not something for a two year old to play with. ++++++++++++Basic ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/04/11 (Very useful, 33 readings)
I bought Hollie this fork and spade set from ELC last summer, Mark runs his own business and during the summer months this can involve garden work. As soon as Hollie was old enough to explore the garden herself she was obsessed with her dad's gardening tools, resulting in most items needing to be stored in a lockable shed as I was terrified she was going to get hold of something sharp and do herself an injury. It hadn't occurred to me to look at childrens gardening equipment, but walking into ELC one day this set was the first thing I saw so I decided to treat her. Hollie has the pink set as shown above but there were other colours available including blue, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/03/11 (Very useful, 61 readings)
One of the things that my son seems to enjoy doing is helping in the garden. His grandparents decided too help with this interest they would buy him a small spade and fork set. They choose this set from the Early Learning Centre. What is it? ************ This set consist of a small spade and fork the handles of both items are wooden and the prongs on the fork and the main section of the spade are metal that have an enamel finish to them. The set we have has a green fork and a blue spade. The set can also be bought in a girly pink as shown on the dooyoo picture. These are smaller and lighter than adult versions of the same garden tools. In ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/04/11 (Very useful, 47 readings)
For Christmas I had decided to buy my mum a greenhouse as she had been having a bit of a go at growing a few veggies in her back yard which were being eaten by slugs! I realised that this would mean that most days she would have to spend some time in the greenhouse and when I am working my mum has my daughter for me so I decided to pick up some little bits for her to have her own little area in the greenhouse too. In the Early Learning Centre one afternoon in the run up to Christmas I spotted a little fork and spade set and thought that would be an ideal start for my daughters soon to be little green fingers! The fork and spade have thick wooden handles and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/04/12 (Very useful, 37 readings)
Last year I had a go at growing my own vegetables and it went pretty well, my daughter took an interest and when we started planting this year she asked if she could do some too. We bought her a pink watering can from Tesco but wanted some little garden tools for her too and found these on the Early Learning Centres website, we went to Mothercare and picked her up a set costing £5 which I thought was a reasonable price. The set comes in pink, green and blue although there was no question what colour to buy our daughter as she is daft on pink and also the watering can we had already bought was in pink. The tools have a wooden handle with the tool at the ... Read the complete review
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