Finding creative toys that held my boys interest was always a challenge for me. My youngest is your typical boy. He loves dirt, trucks, bugs and anything loud. Keeping him hands-on is always a must as he loses interest fast.
CAT® brings creative play to another level, with realistic fun for junior Caterpillar operators. The CAT® Shipping Port Playset brings fun and function with a working gantry, container cranes, and a freight ship. It wasn't just my son who had fun becoming a freight yard operator, but, my daughter did as well. Working construction site lights. sounds and vocal phrase really brought the set to life. Of course, play time wouldn't be complete without the official CAT hard hat ;-)
Brought to you by Toy State, these preschool, designed iconic machine styles bring “the feel of real” to even the smallest CAT®operators. We have been a fan of CAT products for years from their "chunky" preschool line to dump trucks even my older boys love getting their hands on. What I really appreciate is the durable construction of these playsets, allowing for rough play and in most case the toys are suitable for indoor or outdoor play. We have trucks that they love to push across the floors and trucks made for mess, which carry loads of dirt across our yard.
Since my boys love dirt and play CAT toys really bring their imaginations to life, and can stand the test of time provided your kids keep pieces in order. Some sets like the shipping port playset have a few pieces which come together making play more realistic, but, make keeping the toys "together" a bit harder for Mom.
Buy It: Purchase the CAT Shipping Port Playset for about $19.99. Recommended for ages 3+ requires 2 AA batteries
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