I’ve mentioned on several occasions that my 2-year-old son is obsessed with “things that go.” We can’t go anywhere or see anything on TV without him having to excitedly point out any cars, tractors, airplanes, trains, etc. that he sees.
He likes to make sound effects for all of them, too. Trains say either “choo choo” or “all aboard,” 🙂 and airplanes say something that sounds sort of like “yuuuuuuhhhhhhh.” We love that he is all boy and thinks any kind of vehicle is the most exciting thing ever!
When we got this 30-Piece Chubbies Bucket Set, he practically squealed with joy! He’s become quite accustomed to me receiving packages, and as soon as I pulled it inside he said, “Mine! Open it!”
I pulled the bucket out and he could see the pictures on front. He clapped and said, “Cars!” Then he realized there was so much more in there when I dumped it out. He excitedly started naming everything in there. “Airplanes, diggers, cars, trucks, helicopters, boats!”
He immediately set to work organizing, since that’s what compulsive little son does. He separated them into vehicle type. Then he pointed out all the different colors. And my favorite part? When he finally finished his organization, he began his imaginative pretend play.
The airplanes and helicopters flew around, complete with sound effects. The diggers were attached to the little trailers and he began digging the carpet. He did have to make a train out of all the cars, too, and loved that they attached to each other.
Since that day, these toys have been an absolute hit! He comes up to me everyday and says, “Open bucket please.” They are sturdy, high quality toys and are perfect for his little hands. And they are totally toddler friendly without a choking hazard, or sharp edges to poke his sweet little hands. If you have a vehicle lover in your house, this bucket set is the perfect gift!
You can buy a 30 Piece Chubbies Bucket Set from Vikingtoys from Amazon. It retails for $45.00.
I received a 30 Piece Chubbies Bucket Set from Vikingtoys in exchange for this post. The opinions expressed above are my own. Any claims should be verified on the sponsor’s site.