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Five Friendly Faces
All the engines on the Island of Sodor want to be Really Useful – and now they can be just as useful off the tracks by helping children with fun-filled, beneficial play. Nesting Engines from Fisher-Price include some of the most popular Thomas & Friends characters – Thomas, James, Percy, Charlie and Toby – for a playtime experience that's bursting with delightful companions. Toddlers can nest these adorable toy engines inside each other, pull them along as a linked train, or play with them as individual characters.
Multiple Ways to Play
Nesting Engines feature a hollow-body design, so children can push them into each other accordion-style, or nest them by placing one on top of the other starting with the smallest engine. Once the engines are nested, children can pull them apart to reveal a linked train of five Thomas & Friends characters. Of course, when the engines are separated, toddlers can also play with them independently as five different adorable toy trains.
Designed to Help Them Grow
To help build busy little bodies, Nesting Engines support physical development in a number of ways. As children grasp the engines and push them together, they're using fine motor skills like hand-eye coordination and dexterity. The tactile activity of gripping the engines also offers a stimulating sensory experience. Plus, when toddlers discover how to nest the engines inside each other and pull them apart to reveal a linked train, they're engaging in play that can promote thinking skills like problem solving, curiosity and wonder.
It All Begins With My First
My First toys introduce children to the world of Thomas & Friends through fun, beneficial play. By encouraging imaginations, fostering discovery and promoting motor skills, these toys can help children form a valuable relationship with Thomas as they develop socially, cognitively and physically. Featuring interactive play designed to engage and inspire the youngest Thomas & Friends fans, My First toys offer the perfect place for little engineers to begin their journey.