Katelyn was lucky enough to be chosen to try out one of Brio farm sets which she loved to bits, as soon as it arrived her eyes lit up she couldn’t wait for me to open the box so she could play with it. Inside the box was a preassembled barn, a wheel barrow, hay so you can help the farmer feed the animals, a spade you would place over the wooden figure provided, two animal a horse and cow and a fence for the animals to have freedom out of the barn.
The barn its self is made part wood and part plastic both excellent quality and the barn its self is very sturdy, it has and open back giving room for play and two red doors at the front and a stable door to the right hand side so you can have one of your animals looking out of the barn and the other placed behind the fence in the field.
Overall Katelyn loved playing with her Brio Farm making animal noises and feeding them hay even though she’s only 2 and can’t really give her own opinion i think she really enjoyed it and any other child her age would also like to play with one.
Brio Farm is for children aged 18+ and priced at £39.99 which in my opinion is a little high for what i would pay as it seems seems small and you don’t really get a lot for your money other than very good quality if it was a bigger set id think differently but that’s just my opinion others might think differently.
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