6 December 2013

Toytastic Ideas from Asda

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There is one thing you probably all know about me, I love to shop. For anything, everything. I am happiest when I am zooming round Asda with my trolley, throwing everything in. I love the fact that I can buy my hair dye at the same time as my groceries. And now it's even better because I can also buy Christmas presents too. 

Asda do a huge range of children's toys from character play sets to role play items and dress up clothing. We received 2 toys from them. An Imaginext Batman Batcave and a Wooden Market Stall. 

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Thomas loves superheroes and so he was in his element when I showed him the Imaginext Batman Batcave for him to play with. 

The Imaginext Batcave is new out and is one of the top sellers this Christmas. It comes complete with a secret compartment which hold the Batcomputer, turntables for the characters to stand on and walkways which turn outwards to connect the different areas together. 
There is a jail to lock away all of the bad guys and a garage style door for batman to ride his batcycle out of the cave. Not to mention a projectile launcher to shoot at anyone coming towards the cave. 

The batcave is quite a good sized toy and is very durable too. It has taken quite a few batterings from the dinosaurs that Batman has been fighting recently and has come out in perfect working order. I'm sure any little boy would love to receive this for Christmas.

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The market stall is so pretty. I like these role play items as it helps children's imaginations to grow whilst they are playing the shopping and stall scenes with their own little business.

The stall has a table top which is a perfect place to hold the till and weighing machine. It has 2 shelves which are easy to access and fit any groceries and small toys, ready for the shop to open and it's material roof gives it that real life experience in that it does look like a proper market stall. 

I love the cash register that comes with it. Not only does it help children to learn about money but it will also help children to learn counting as they slide the beads to each side. 

The main thing I love about it is that it is wooden and not plastic. This means that it will hold out for longer and is better looking too. A very sturdy, durable market stall which Thomas loves to play with. 

I love that I can go to Asda and buy these great toys whilst shopping and even purchase them online too. Their Big Toy Sale has drawn me in even more and we have definitely taken advantage of it, buying lots of toys for the boys and other family members for great prices. 

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