Item #: 51071 (Construction Playset)

Vtech Go! Go! Smart Wheels - Construction Playset

Metro Complete Construction Crew 43 Piece Mini Toy Diecast Vehicle Play Set, Comes with Street Play Mat, Variety of Vehicles and Figures

$34.99
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  • The Moon Sand construction playset lets you build walls and buildings. Then you can use the included road crea to dig them up with the working springloaded jackhammer. So, like, I can copy the men who have been digging up my road for the past two years. Yay. I think.

    This 17pc Construction Play Set is perfect for "little" home improvements and big imaginations. Kids will love the true-to-life to design of each of the 15 tools, which can all be neatly stored in individual compartments of the sleek and sturdy wooden toolbox. Encourage creativity, build fine motor skills, and stimulate narrative play with these cool tools. These steel and wooden tools are designed to provide years of fun as both playthings and timeless keepsakes.

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    The Playskool Fold N Go Construction Playset contains a rotating crane which allows little excavators to lift and haul the dump truck. You can lower and raise a ramp so you can drive up and over it. The dump truck called "Chuck" is part of a series called "Chuck and Friends" so you can use the truck for other Fold N Go and similar too.

    Go! Go! Smart Wheels - Construction Playset
    $37.49
    Discontinued by vendor

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    $40.29
    Discontinued by vendor

    The Fold N Go playsets are designed for easy portability and flexible fun. You open them up, play and then, when it's tidy-up time, you simply Fold and Go! The Playskool Fold N Go Construction Quarry Playset

Construction Playset - Oriental Trading

One set had variousfriction-powered vehicles (similar to those in some Construction Campplaysets), while another had battery-powered vehicles that could beoperated by remote control, which must have been pretty neat! The sets included a small numberof accessories, such as road signs, pipes, rocks, and trees. Theset with friction vehicles also included two cardboard buildings, atool shed and dynamite shack.