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- A rolling truck and a shape sorter combined, this classic toy is perfect for the growing, active child. Drive the truck to collect the brightly colored shapes, which fit into the differently-sized holes on the top of the truck.
- Suitable for indoor or outdoor play, the pieces won't fade or become brittle in any climate. All the pieces fit neatly into the truck, ready to be taken anywhere and all pieces are dishwasher safe.
- With large, soft tires the Shape Sorter Truck rolls silently on any surface-perfect for home, school, or daycare. Provides a fun activity while encouraging hand-eye coordination, shape recognition, and fine motor skills.
- All Viking products are manufactured with BPA and phthalate-free plastics. The products contain no sharp edges and are perfect for little hands. Made in Thailand.
- Contents include: 1 truck, 2 figures, and 3 shape blocks
Since 1975 Vikingtoys has been crafting award-winning toys for ages 12 months and up that are soft, simple, safe, silent, and strong. Children will enjoy the versatility and durability of this 11 inch Shape Sorter truck. All pieces fit together into the truck and the entire toy is dishwasher...
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