City Transportation Table

Anatex
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City Transportation Table

$299.99
$224 Gilt
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The excitement of city travel is brought alive in the City Transportation Table. Little ones will enjoy moving the cars around the tabletop, while trying to avoid any collisions. The table features 12 separate wooden pieces that kids can move around tracks, so they will never get bored.

The table is large enough that several children can play together, encouraging interaction. It also promotes hand-eye coordination and hones fine motor skills. But don't worry, this table is so much fun that children won't even realize they are learning at the same time!

Features:

  • 12 wooden pieces including: boats, school bus, ice cream truck, fire engine, ambulance, garbage truck, mail truck taxi, police car, and city bus
  • Ages 3 and up
  • Measures: 24" x 24" x 16"
  • Weighs 35lbs

Material: Wood

Brand: Anatex

Origin: United States

Anatex's claim to fame is its award-winning Rollercoaster toy: a maze of wires and moving beads that has been a doctor's office waiting-room favorite since the 1980s. Founded in 1982, Anatex has expanded its line of educational toys over the yeras to include play cubes (ornate wooden blocks decorated with games), magnetic tables, school furniture and more. The University of Southern California business school has recognized Anatex for its innovative marketing strategy, which involves promoting toys through the American Academy of Pediatrics.