Way To Play - King Of The Road

Their imagination will run wild with this Dutch designed road set. Take their adventure anywhere with its easy to connect, unbreakable, waterproof design, it doesn’t even need a flat surface. Their play really has no limits with Way To Play.

£95.99

or 4 fortnightly payments of £24.00 with Clearpay More info

A Closer Look

The Details

If you want to be King of the Road, this is your set! It contains no less than 40 parts for maximum fun for everyone. This set is big and is highly recommended for kids that really love to play with cars but also for use at schools and daycare centers.

The waytoplay King of the Road is a great toy for imaginative play. Watch your children create their very own circuits, road maps for their favourite toys and vehicles and learn about traffic and behaviour.
If you want to go even bigger, you can always add and expand your road by purchasing additional sets.
The flexible rubber road is great indoors or outdoors as it can be laid out on almost any surface. This flexible road is also wipe clean perfect.

Features of the waytoplay flexible road King of the Road – 40 Pieces:
● Flexible, durable road toy, that measures 648 cm length
● Includes 16 curves, 16 straights, 4 intersections and 4 roundabouts,
● Add and expand your road by purchasing additional sets
● Can be used on almost any surface, inside or outside
● Easy to connect parts
● Encourages imaginative play
● Great to combine with other toys

Mr Mole's Marvellous Ideas

When choosing toys for you child, ask yourself, does it allow children to make choices about their play or tell them how to play? Being more aware of the toys your children play with will help to develop a more creative and open ended environment. Use your Way To Play track anywhere you choose, at home, in the bath, at the beach, at the park… where will you take yours?

Larry's Learning Outcomes

Open ended play means children engaging in toys or objects with no instruction or direction. So, blocks that may become a castle or material that becomes a den. The point is they decide. It utilises all their creativity and allows them to really expand their imaginative skills. They have to problems solve and to communicate. It encourages social development and social interaction. Fear of making mistakes is still one of the biggest barriers to learning, engaging in open ended play provides a low stress environment. There’s no expected outcome. So, children are more likely to take risks, to feel safe making mistakes and to realise this is one of the most important ways to learn.

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