Going to the cottage, I knew my son would have tons of fun in the water (no need to pre-plan activities with swimming, splashing, boating, and rock throwing right at your door step). However, I knew land time activity was essential to helping him wind down post-water-fun. One toy but with many different variations of play – Travel Toy: Fisher-Price Little People Wheelies Play n’ Go Construction Set.
My son first played with the Fisher-Price Little People Wheelies Play n’ Go Construction Set when we adventured on the Allure of the Seas cruise (go on…read about our amazing family cruise experience – the pics of the Fisher-Price Royal Babies – Royal Tots Play Class has some of the best travel toy ideas). So my son loved this construction site so much on our trip…I bought one when we got home. And it has been the best toy investment (and actually a very frugal price).
Whether we are going out to dinner to a friend’s house, an overnight, or on vacation at the cottage – I pack up his Fisher-Price Little People Wheelies Play n’ Go Construction Set and I know he’s got entertainment on hand. What’s so cool about this toy? You can change the set up of the tracks thus you can switch up the play. Yellow and red track at the bottom and orange in the middle. Yellow at bottom, orange in middle, red on top. Whatever you like! And lil’ hands can move the Wheelies (you know they are the favourite toy here) over the ramps, under the ramps and through the caves.
And it travels so well. The ramps and Wheelies (I can fit 3 ramps and 4 wheelies) store in the green play area and the brown play area snaps on top.
I easily fit this under a seat in the minivan.
Whether you are at a beach, cottage, or just hanging out on vacation – the outdoor activities are plentiful – however it’s great to have a plan B activity for down time, rainy days, or lazy mornings. This Play N’ Go toy is our go-to travel toy.Disclosure: I receive special perks as a part of my affiliation with the Fisher-Price Play Ambassador program with Mom Central Canada. The opinions in this blog are my own.