Marble run with bigger ball?(3 Posts)
erazerhead Thu 12-Apr-18 22:57:36
erazerhead Thu 12-Apr-18 22:59:38
Ricekrispie22 Fri 13-Apr-18 17:09:46
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Can anyone recommend a marble run but with a ball that's big enough to not be a choking hazard? I've looked a few times and they're either dead expensive (£80ish) or there's one at Argos that you can only build in one set way rather than making your own marble runs!
My 3-year-old would love one but he has a baby brother and I'm also not convinced he wouldn't someone end up with a marble in his mouth so want to avoid any choking hazards. Any help appreciated!
I'd like one that's fairly big/complex rather than one for babies. Does such a thing exist?
The balls in this one are slightly larger than golf balls. www.amazon.co.uk/Advanced-Bridge-Marble-Educational-Toddler/dp/B01J779WSC/ref=pd_lpo_vtph_21_lp_t_3?psc=1&_encoding=UTF8&tag=mumsnetforum-21&refRID=XD29Q2RBT8DQ23YC1G5P There's no particular track to build, but you don't get very many pieces in a kit so there aren't masses of options. I'd suggest buying two kits so you have more pieces and can make more exciting tracks.
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