Articles tagged with: ELC
Little S is now four years old and taking an interest in time. Like many children, he likes to know exactly when something is happening – 5 minutes, 10 minutes, today or tomorrow! The watch is pink and plastic with butterflies on the strap and a flower shaped face. The minutes are numbered around the dial and the face details ‘past’ and ‘to’. The hands detail ‘hour’ and ‘minute’. It is aimed at ages 5-8, comes with batteries and there is a girl and boy version.
The ELC Twistasaurus would make a great gift for an under three. This dinosaur stacking toy kept Toddler Boy (2.5 years) amused for a fairly long time and even attracted baby Fifi (9 months). It seems a reasonable price for what it is, and I would definitely buy it for others.
It’s a big thumbs up for ELC Extreme Marble Madness from us. Great for little imaginations and learning basic engineering skills. Ethan loved it so much he played with it for a full hour and a half non-stop. I’m sure it’ll be a favourite in this household for a long while.
Being a big kid myself, I would have loved a lot more parts to play with, however for the age range this set is suitable for, the amount is just about right. The different sounds make the set all that more appealing and interesting. Despite the set’s minor flaws, coupled with the fact that it’s normally a bit out of our price range, we loved it and are keen to add more of the HappyLand range.