ZOOM OFF ACROSS THE FLOOR!
These Toy vehicles have been a staple part of the toy box for years, from simple wooden wheeled toys for infants, to high-tech remote control cars and now to high-technology remote control ones!
What’s even unique is that there are a huge variety of designs including this huge cartruck maneuvering on the road.
For babies, stuff animal toys will serve as their playmate. These types of toys are best for them during this time because they are really big. They cannot swallow them or can cause poisoning, it’s just that you need to always dry clean them so they will remain clean when your baby licks them.
For older children, these toys offer a great way to bond with siblings, friends and even parents.
Radio controlled toys are great for getting kids playing outdoors, and interacting with other children. Although some toys can be used indoors, many are best used in large open spaces. This is especially true of planes and boats. Remote controlled boats can be great to take along for a family day out at the park or a wide lawn venue.
Overtake and grab the spot! Add these on your cart before it gets sold out during this season!
DINOSAUR EXPEDITION: This pack includes one red-colored vehicle made in a plastic material. Includes a remote control. Requires 6 AAA batteries. Batteries not included. A unique game prize or giveaway for kiddos!
ACCELERATE IMAGINATION Children come across vehicles regularly in their daily lives, so they like to include these in the small world play, too. Creative play allows children to exercise their creativity and helps them make sense of the world around them.
SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN: This four-wheeled monster truck vehicle allows kids are easy to play and can develop fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination by controlling the car’s route and track making sure it won’t bump on walls or furniture.
DEVELOP SKILLS: Wheeled toys are great for encouraging movement, as children wheel their toys around the room. Perfect for infants who are on the way to crawling, as it will give them a fun reason to move. Movement helps develop their coordination, balance and gross motor skills.
LEARNING BUDDY: Vroom! Toy vehicles can be played with independently, but children also love to race each other! This encourages children to share and negotiate (for example, deciding who gets the special red car), and lets them learn about friendly competition.