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1.Mom’s first choice: This toddler ramp track toy is made of high-quality wood, BPA-free, and dyed with bright, non-toxic water-based paint. Through rigorous testin. .
1.Mom’s first choice: This toddler ramp track toy is made of high-quality wood, BPA-free, and dyed with bright, non-toxic water-based paint. Through rigorous testing, it meets the highest American and European toy safety standards. The vehicle has also passed the ASTM tensile test, and the wheels cannot be pulled out without any damage...........2. Unique Track Set : 4 brightly colored ramp racing cars start from the highest track and then slide down onto the car track, bringing racing fun to young children and improving visual tracking capabilities. When the car stops, toddlers can put their cars in the top lot by themselves to improve the storage awareness of your 1 to 7-years-old boys and girls and prevent the car from getting lost..........3. Good for gifting: The toy size is 9.7" x 3.9" x 9.5", weighs about 1.7 pounds, including 4 car ramps and 4 toddler racing cars. Packed in a very sturdy color box. The toddler race ramp track car toy is compact and strong, and can be easily stored on a shelf or in a small room. It is suitable as a birthday or festival present for children to carry out indoor or outdoor activities...........4. Learning through playing: This toddler toy is a simple and well-made toy. It will encourage the development of young children’s hand-eye coordination and focus. Thereby, children are encouraged to cooperate and take turns playing their own cars on the children's track to develop communication and cooperation skills. For the youngest children, they learn agility and repetitiveness through this game...........5.When we design toys, we want children to create from their imagination rather than following instructions. Most children have been used to following a set of instructions for any game that they play, and always seek approvals after each point to know if what they are doing is correct. While this approach may work for a lot of toys, we believe that children must also have the opportunity to invent and innovate as per their imagination.