Toy Cars

Toot-toot, get in (or get out!). With your little race car driver lurking, the whole house turns into one big circuit. That’s why it’s great that some cars come with a complete garage or race track… While your little speedster is playing, the motor skills, senses and fantasy are stimulated. Maybe your mini car fanatic already has a preference for a specific car. How lucky that you can buy different types and sizes at Baby Plus. In our range you will find sports cars, garbage trucks, school buses, tractors, emergency vehicles and much more! The sorting and balancing trolleys provide an extra challenge and no race is avoided with the roller track. There’s a suitable car for every child. Ready? Set… GO!

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Toot-toot, get in (or get out!). With your little race car driver lurking, the whole house turns into one big circuit. That’s why it’s great that some cars come with a complete garage or race track… While your little speedster is playing, the motor skills, senses and fantasy are stimulated. Maybe your mini car fanatic already has a preference for a specific car. In the Baby Plus range you will find sports cars, garbage trucks, school buses, tractors, emergency vehicles and much more! The sorting and balancing trolleys provide an extra challenge and no race is avoided with the roller track. There’s a suitable car for every child. Ready? Set… GO!

Toy car gift

Sooner or later, every child will find a car in their toy collection. A toy car is timeless, for everyone, as entertaining as it’s educational and can be found in different price categories. This makes the car a perfect gift! Does your little driver loves nothing more than to play with cars? Then it’s a real car fanatic and different vehicles are interesting to play with.

Cars for different ages

Toy cars can be found in different shapes, sizes, brands and materials. From holding, to driving, to actual role play. There’s a suitable car for every age. Because the vehicles contain rotating wheels, it quickly attracts the attention of every child.

  • 12 months: Cars are entertaining and educational toys for the little ones. The senses and fine motor skills are stimulated by grasping the car, rolling and playing. In this age category you will find simply shaped vehicles with rotating wheels. The cars have beautiful colours and simple lines. With the sorting bus your little one has a pull toy and shape sorter in one! As soon as your child starts to walk, the bus is pulled along by the string. Your little driver will also learn to recognize shapes and colours immediately.
  • 18 months: The auto roller tracks are slightly more challenging and suitable from 1.5 years. Release the cars at the top of the track and watch how fast they race down. Make it a real competition by competing against friends. There are also different types of cars, so that your child knows different vehicles. Go for a garbage truck or transporter with a trailer to make the game even more challenging.
  • 2 years: Children learn that people, animals and things have names. The knowledge has broadened, so they are ready for an extra challenge. Your little one will enjoy hours of fun in the 3-storey parking garage. Park the different cars, use the elevator to get up, fill the car with a full tank and land the helicopter on the roof.
  • 3+ years: At this age, the fantasy world really comes to life! More extensive car sets are available for 3-year-olds. With a complete garage with separate elements or a cool race track, the speedster in your little one will come out. Extensive role plays are created and gross motor skills are also trained. Balance cars also challenge your little one. Stack the loose figures in the car and prevent them from rolling out.

From journey to destination

Your child’s favourite toys say a lot about personality. Does your little one prefer to fly over the roadway in a racing car, does your little caregiver like to help everyone or does your child slowly drives around in its own tractor? The features that are developed in a playful way, may say a lot about the future. After a day of playing, ask what was the most fun and discover what makes your child happiest.

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