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any recs for a wooden farm?

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RueDeWakening Tue 01-Dec-15 16:56:23

have totally nicked the idea from another thread

Any recommendations for a wooden farm for my two year old? Animals not essential as he's got a Shleich advent calendar so the animals from that can live on the farm after Christmas grin

Budget is up to about £50 but cheaper is better if poss.


Misty9 Tue 01-Dec-15 23:12:01

I ummed and ahhed about a wooden farm for 19month dd, but in the end have gone for the playmobil 123 farm large barn thing after reading unconvincing reviews about wooden ones. It's huge! Schleich advent calendar sounds interesting though....

RueDeWakening Wed 02-Dec-15 08:36:46

An, Playmobil could work too, I'll have a look thanks.

Shleich advent calendar was £20 off Anazon - cheaper than the 2 x Lego Star Wars I forked out for for the big two smile

INeedACheeseSlicer Wed 02-Dec-15 11:22:28

I dithered over a wooden farm for ages too, and like the poster above, ended up with a Playmobil one, a standard one, not 123, though she was 2 when she got it.
My other thought was to get a farm playmat instead, for space saving reasons. I have had this in my Amazon basket many times, but never ended up buying it.
Schleich do lovely big barns, if I had the money and space, I would go for that myself.

omama Wed 02-Dec-15 12:30:53

I always wanted to get this one from GLTC for my ds when he was little.

Its got 20% off at mo so around £50. We ended up with a different one & i still wish we'd got this one then maybe it'd have been played with more Playmobil 123 is also a good and sturdy set for 2 year olds.

HoggleHoggle Wed 02-Dec-15 12:34:11

I got a Melissa & Doug carry along barn for ds. It has a handle so you can take it places, but because it folds it takes up less space when not being used.

I bought mine from they have a really good section for farm playsets on there which would be worth a look.

mamapants Wed 02-Dec-15 13:18:22

We have a Tidlo one and it is really good.

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