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Foggy Day In With My First JCB Toys

We spent this morning out at the Sea Life Centre and were going to have a game of football in the afternoon, but the fog hasn't lifted and the boys didn't want to go back out in the cold.

So that meant it was a perfect time to show them the new JCB kids stuff we were sent!


We were sent Digger Driver book,
Mega Machines Play Box and My Mega Digger Toolbox all from Igloobooks.


Oscar and Alex both loved the Digger Driver book, Oscar tried to perfect his driving skills, whilst Alex loved pushing all the noisy buttons!

It makes a fun and interactive bedtime story.


Rupert loved lining up all the road signs from the Tool box and Play box.
When I showed him how to use the play mat he was happy as pie.
He was very content in driving his mini Joey JCB around the track.


Both play sets.

The twins and Ru were kept quiet for the majority of the afternoon.
I don't think I've ever seen them play that nicely before.

The twins have each claimed an activity book and have told me they are going to solve all the puzzles without help tomorrow morning.
(I'll believe it when I see it!)

The play sets definitely a 5* rating just for me getting a five minutes to enjoy a hot coffee!


In the Mega Tool Box you got an array of road signs and a wind up Joey JCB along with an exciting hardback activity book.

The tool box is handy as you can store all the mini road signs from it plus from the Mega Play Box in it and have no worries of losing them.

I'm sure Rupert will end up filling it with his cars.

In the Mega Play box you array of road signs, a wind up Joey JCB, an activity book and a play mat.



*I was sent the products as part of my Brand Ambassadorship for JCB Kids


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