Plan your own city - complete with an airport, train station, farmer's field, fairground, campground and more - by connecting these 9 EVA foam tiles in different sequences. Each contains a unique, bold and brightly landscaped road section. Combine them in limitless patterns to create a different road to adventure every day, then rev up your Wheel Town or diecast cars and enjoy the ride.
A great road trip for ages 3 and up.
• Includes airport, train station, farmers field and more • 9 EVA foam tiles each containing a road section. • Limitless patterns creates a different road every day. • Size: Each tile is approximately 13"-sq. x 1/2" thick.
Size Each tile is approx. 13"-sq. x 1/2" thick.
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4.2 (based on 5 customer reviews)
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good addition for my son
Comments about Product: My son had a set similar to this one and plays with it frequently so I thought it would make a great addition and allow him to build bigger towns for his cars to drive through. I like that the design can change every time he plays. The two sets do fit together, but this one is not as thick as the other (think it came from Hearth Song a few years ago too). He says the step doesn't matter and plays with them both all the time now. I think it's another example of how cheaply things are made anymore, but he is old enough (7 yr.) to take care of his toys and I anticipate it will last through his childhood.
Comments about Product: Great idea, but the pieces were smaller, and the roads were very small. Only small cars fit on the roads. My nephew is 2, so many of his cars would not fit. I like that it is easy to store, and can change the city around when he gets older. Where most car mat/rugs can't be changed.
Comments about Product: This toy was about what I expected. My two year old daughter enjoys moving cars and trucks over the tracks. I think it is a bit expensive for what you get, but I knew my daughter would enjoy it, so I splurged.
Comments about Product: My boys like using it with their miniature cars. There are several different ways to assemble the mat, which keeps it fun and creative. Sometimes my daughters join in on the fun.