Each barn focuses on a different color and number and inside each barn is the corresponding number of animals that match the color of the barn they represent…
My grandson spent much of his time opening and shutting the barn doors, putting animals in and out of the barns, and having all the animals take a nap (those are the one’s laying on their side)…
The nice thing about these barns is that they invite children to play with them. Whether it is opening and shutting doors, sticking animals through the doors and holes, matching the animals up to the correct barn or integrating the barns with other toys, the barns invite a wide variety of play. My grandson’s favorite thing to do is to fill the barns with the cars or anything else that will fit inside them…
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