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Sunday, 6 May 2012
We have a lot of Brio, but it hasn't been played with in a while. We had some friends around so we gave them the pleasure of track designer (as the kids often need help to move from the simple circle layout and we do have some rather interesting (but difficult to set out) pieces such as bridges and bits that go from 1 track 1 to 2 tracks out (am sure they have a more technical name). E and P had a great tine; although P kept breaking one of the bridges and then saying " elp me elp me" when she wanted it fixed! Brio is so good for collaborative play, imaginative play and problem solving.