Kids toys: Big yellow bus can be a stagecoach, fire truck, or anything your grandchild can imagine--even a puppet theater.
|Kids Toys from PlayHut: Review from CyberParent|
Twist 'N Fold Big Yellow Bus
Use this versatile toy for:
This toy is not limited to a yellow school bus. It can be a stagecoach, a fire truck, a playhouse, and more. It is another one of those "limited-only-by-the-imagination" toys.
Pop-up toy is approximately 38" tall, 55" long, and 25" wide. It is NOT 50" tall.
Other features of Megaland Playset:
The netting and open areas allow kids to see out and when you wish, you to see in. It can also be a puppet stage.
1. Pay attention to all PlayHut toys when you first unfold them. It makes them easier to fold back up. We had a little trouble with the first one, but caught on quickly.
2. The steel loops are quite strong and will pop up forcefully. Do not let a young child set this up.
3. Although the products are fire resistant, the application of any foreign substance to this product may render the flame resistant properties ineffective.
4. Realize that these toys are not fireproof. The fabric will burn if left in continuous contact with any flame source. What parent would leave a toy in continuous contact with a flame source? Probably not many but we have to say that...
5. Clear the floor or ground of sharp objects before placing the toy on it.
Larger illustrations here.
Manufacturer's Suggested Age: 3 years and up.
Children much younger than 3 will really enjoy the bus. CyberParent does not recommend buying the bus for a child over 6, however.
Kids Toy Review by Donna Green: Copyright © 2004 CyberParent. All rights reserved.
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