was a sturdy track that the boys enjoyed building. Although they do still seem to prefer the other Chuggington sets
they already own with the plastic track, which I think has more to offer the
older child. But as a first track set I
think it still presents enough to keep younger children entertained. Aimed at children aged 3 plus, I think even
younger would be pretty safe with this; you could always supervise to make sure
your entirely happy!
pleasant having a few quality wooden toys at home, sometimes you feel
everything is plastic and a far cry from the “good old days”. It can be a novelty having traditional toys
with that certain charm they have. All
the sets we were sent had no built in sound effects, which was refreshing as
the boys had to rely on their own imaginations for chuffing around the track.
a couple of the sets in this range do have sounds to add to the excitement if
you think your child would enjoy the extra features. So wooden tracks can provide you with much more than you first
think. I was impressed with the
elevated track pack as it added more interest to their build projects. Plus what child does not love going down
slopes at speed!!!
is an extensive range of engines and vehicles to compliment the sets, tracks
and buildings. You could gradually
build up quite a collection to keep them well and truly occupied. If my boys had not already been mesmerised
by their previous Chuggington review products and the fact they can keep stacking
their track I am sure they would have been more enthusiastic! So my advice possibly would be to get the
wooden track first then move onto the stack track playsets as they turn 4 or 5.
find out more about the Chuggington range head to the TOMY website.