|Kids can discover how to make all sorts of things happen at the Little People Racin' Ramps Garage from Fisher-Price. It's just their size. So they're in the driver's seat, racing down the three-story ramps, going up and down in the elevator, and pressing down on the driver in the car for fun sounds! Includes mechanic, driver, car and tow truck. Requires 2 "AA" batteries. Please dispose of batteries safely. Since 1930, Fisher-Price has been in business to create toys that fascinate and stimulate a child's imagination. Fisher-Price was founded in 1930, hardly the best time to launch a new business as the shadows of the Depression still loomed over American business. Still, Herman Fisher, Irving Price and Helen Schelle combined their diverse manufacturing and retailing experience to create a toy company and confidently brought 16 wooden toys to the International Toy Fair in New York City. The whimsical nature and magical surprises of those first Fisher-Price toys quickly caught on and became the hallmarks of Fisher-Price ever since. Fisher-Price believes in the potential of children and in the importance of a supportive environment in which they can grow, learn, and get the best possible start in life. Fisher-Price supports today's families with young children through our breadth of products that includes GeoTrax, Imaginext, Little People, Laugh and Learn, Thomas the Tank, Thomas and Friends, Elmo, Dora the Explorer, Go Diego Go, Sesame Street, Smart Cycle, Ni Hao Kai-Lan, Toy Story and other learning toys and pretend play items.|
Customer Reviews of Fisher-Price Little People: Racin' Ramps Garage
We don't own this but the babysitter does and our son is playing with it often when we come pick him up. He loves cars so this is no brainer that he would like it. The durability could be better but as long as you are not too ruff with it it shoudl last a long time. I would recommend it for children that like cars and racing.
perfect for the 2 year old12/5/2008
good for pre school boys
I am always attaching part of the ramp12/5/2008
I think it's a good idea but doesn't stay put together which is a nuisance.