Thursday 27 April 2017

Cadson Little ones Post box and Pan Pile up Review

With the weather getting nicer outside play is becoming more attractive but after a winter of the outside toys getting a beating from different weather elements the old toys were needing updating. Thankfully we were asked to review some of the Cadson Little ones range and I knew it would be a hit and a new addition to the garden.

The little ones range is aimed at toddlers aged 1-3 but even though Ami is 4 she still wanted to be involved. We were sent the Pan Pile up and a Red post box. When they came I feared AMi and Son Son might be a bit too big but did they prove me wrong. They both adored playing with both the sets.

Pan Pile Up: RRP £5

We had lots of these type of toys when the children were smaller but I never thought of getting them back out they were kind of packed away with baby items. Just goes to show you don't need expensive flashy toys children will love to play with anything. These pans are perfect they are colourful and perfect for little hands. They have been designed for children to learn though play. We used them to count how many little ones fitted into the bigger ones. Son Son loved to pile them up and then crash them down.

The pans have been a great hit in the water play tray I remember playing with similar toys when I was at school. I loved that AMi and Son son shared and were patient with each other it was lovely to see and at only £5 what a bargain.

Post box Shape Sorter RRP £ 7 

We were also sent a post box shape sorted which I defiantly thought my two were well past that but no again they proved me wrong and showed me that simple games are fun. Before I knew it Ami was a post man and Son Son was the Dad waiting for a letter.

The set came with 6 different colourful shapes that all slot into different holes at the top and one envelope shaped one. The top comes off so you can easily get the pieces back out again.

This toy is perfect for learning through play. Children can learn the shapes and colours to the pieces. Ami and Son Son worked together to place the right places. This toy is aimed at ages 1-3 which is perfect for little hands to use there motor skills and as they grow go onto more complex toys. They can learn counting and sorting with both of these sets of the toys.

All in all the Cadson Little Ones range of toys is perfect for toddlers. They arnt too expensive and colourful and cheerful addition to the toy box. Find out more on the Cadson website.

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