About this item
This little workbench is big on fun activities such as lights, sounds, pounding bench, popper and ball drop. It is the perfect workshop for your little carpenters to build motor skills!
Number of Pieces: 3
Dimensions (Overall): 15.1 inches (H) x 6.0 inches (W) x 8.9 inches (L)
Weight: 3.5 pounds
Features: Storage capability, sound effects
Suggested Age: 6 Months and Up
Educational Focus: Creative Thinking, large motor skills
Battery: Required, not included
Three different nails light up and make silly sounds when hit with the hammer.
Tool bin door opens for storage.
Storage places for hammer and balls.
Item Number (DPCI): 204-10-1393
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Most recent reviews
Great for a range of ages
5 out of 5 stars
Beefer — 3 years ago
Both of my daughters love this toy. My youngest is currently 20 months and she really enjoys playing with this "workshop." My oldest played with it until she was probably 2.5. The girls like to drop lots of different things down the hole to see if they go through: cars, blocks, etc. It's a great lit...see moreof the reviewer's review
Good quality toy. Love the sounds
(would not recommend)
3 out of 5 stars
Lisa — 4 years ago
I love the fun sounds when you bang the hammer or when the balls fall through. Other than that, it wasn't engaging enough to excite my kid.see moreof the reviewer's review
Received in good condition
5 out of 5 stars
Grandma Betty — 6 years ago
This was an advance Christmas present and so not opened and played with yet. Received in good condition and satisfied with merchandise and order. Not so with second item.see moreof the reviewer's review
My son got this as a Christmas gift just shortly after he turned 1. He has barely played with it in the year we've had it. It isn't a very interactive toy. You can hammer the "nails" to make sounds and drop the balls down but that is essentially it. Maybe a 6 month old would have more interest b...see moreof the reviewer's review