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Thomas Wooden Railway Early Engineers

Kids like trains (well, my kids always have). However, not all trains are created equal and depending on how old your child is, you should take that into consideration when buying him/her a train set. That being said, Thomas Wooden Railway Early Engineers has stepped up for the younger set. Thomas Wooden Railway Early Engineers Line features larger engines that are perfect for small hands as well as track and destinations that fit into simple molded layouts so everything stays securely in place. These tracks are ten times easier to put together than regular tracks (which even to this day is an issue for my kids) and have them stay together. Even though this train set is made for younger kids, it has the same quality craftsmanship and looks like just like every other Thomas Wooden Railway set. My favorite part? The Early Engineers line is compatible with the rest of the Thomas Wooden Railway, so this is a great starter set! As your child gets older, you will be able to add onto their set! The set includes a Thomas Engine, two destinations, track and molded track layout with wooden tracktiles and two accessories.

This train is designed for 18 months and up.  That is the perfect age for this!  The Thomas Wooden Railway Early Engineers Roundabout Set would make the perfect gift for any little one you may have in your life!

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Lisa Martin

Lisa Martin

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