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Monopoly Junior
Welcome to the first Monopoly game for kids, where they can earn money the fun way. The Monopoly Junior game is just like the classic Monopoly game, but it's accessible and exciting for younger players. It's fast, simple, and full of surprises. Kids choose their favorite Junior token and learn how to pass Go, buy properties, and collect rent. Single banknotes keep the transactions fast and easy. Kids will love collecting cool properties, making others pay rent, and trying to own it all. Once any player runs out of money and can't buy an unowned property, pay rent, or pay a fine, the game is over. The remaining players count their money, and the person with the most money wins the game. Adult assembly required
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39.11 USD

Monopoly Junior

by Toyland
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Boggle Reinvention
The new Boggle comes in a self-contained capsule. No loose parts so its easy to store or take away with you. New double word score gameplay. Ages 8 and over. 1x C Type battery required. Batteries included.
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33.86 USD

Boggle Reinvention

by Toyland
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Orchard Toys Police Car Puzzle (Big)
A shaped floor puzzle with a police car theme.*Develop knowledge and understanding of the world*Promote manual dexterity*Teach matching skills
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20.74 USD

Orchard Toys Police Car Puzzle (Big)

by Toyland
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Dolls House
A lovely, big, house-shaped puzzle with lots going on in every room. This puzzle, approximately 61cms x 42cms when complete, is beautifully illustrated with lots of detail and plenty to talk about. It has just 25 pieces, so is particularly suited to children aged between 3 and 6. Before starting the puzzle, you can encourage your child to look for pieces with different things on: can you find a piece with a chimney? Can you see a piece with a cat on? Can you see a piece with something green on? Later, when the puzzle is complete, you will see many things going on in the picture to talk about: what room is the broom in? What colour is the teddy bear on the bed? How many animals can you see in the house? What is in the bowl on top of the fridge? The picture is full of lots of familiar household objects that children will be able to identify from their own home. There is an activity guide on the base of the box to suggest other ways of extending the play value of the puzzle. The puzzle is made from thick, durable recycled board, so will give many years of fun. It can help children with literacy skills by encouraging them to talk about what they can see, and it is designed to encourage hand-eye co-ordination.
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20.74 USD

Dolls House

by Toyland
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