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Chicco Introduces New Wooden Collection

This year Chicco goes back to basics with a beautiful new wooden collection.  Designed to help with developmental milestones, the new line offers toys that stimulate the imagination, strengthen fine motor skills and inspire creativity.

From stackers and sorters to puzzles and building sets, Chicco’s wooden collection has something for everyone. I also love that many of the toys feature cute little faces that give them their own personality.

Chicco wooden collection 2013

Chicco Wooden toy collection 2013

Chicco wooden collection 2013

Chicco Wooden Collection Toy Fair 2013

Also this year look for Chicco to introduce a new musical toy – the Music Band Table.

Chicco Musical Band Table Toy Fair 2013

The 3-in-1 electronic activity table is packed full of fun manual activities. With three removable musical instruments, a Drum, Maracas and DJ console, the Music Band Table can entertain at home and on the go. This delightful entertainment station boasts flashing lights, fun songs and sound effects that promote musical awareness and help develop rhythm. Take the instruments off and baby can shake maracas, scratch records like a real DJ or keep the beat on the drum with its’ three different play modes.

There will also be a couple new ride-ons for little ones 12 months+; Charlie the Sky and the Sit ‘N’ Ride Train.

Chicco Charlie Sky Rider

Charlie the Sky helps develop motor skills with two play modes: walker and ride-on. Packed full of fun manual features, including a turning propeller, levers that go up and down and a rotating compass with clicking sounds, baby will love discovering new places. The handy storage under the seat is the perfect hiding place for all his treasures.

Chicco Sit ‘N’ Ride Train Toy Fair 2013

The new Sit ‘N’ Ride Train offers lots of fun while developing the baby’s motor skills and encouraging imaginative play. An electronic dashboard activates sounds and lights, while, manual activities keep the baby entertained, and handy storage under the seat gives the baby a place to store his toys. The two modes, walker and ride-on, follow the baby’s growth.

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Lisa Arneill

Founder of Growing Your Baby and World Traveled Family. Canadian mom of 2 boys, photo addict, lover of bulldogs, and museumgoer. Always looking for our next vacation spot!

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  • I’m so happy to see that more companies are making wooden toys. They hold up better than some of plastic ones and always end up being classic.

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