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By Gotta Have it
from APO AE
Comments about Wooden Toy Set - Set of 3:
this Item was sent out over 1 month ago but I still have not received it yet.
Bottom LineNo, I would not recommend this to a friend
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Toys of Yesteryear
By Grandma Lu
from Ocala, FL
About Me Grandparent
These toys were a great example of things Grandpa found enjoyable when he was a young boy. My grandson will amuse himself with them for hours! :)
Bottom LineYes, I would recommend this to a friend
These were a great stocking stuffer for the grandchildren!
Great old time toy!
By Jen the RNMom
from Nanty Glo, PA
About Me Parent Of Multiples (Twins etc), Parent Of Two Or More Children, Working Parent
My 4 kids from ages 3-14 love the guns. In a world of electronics, was surprised my kids loved the simplicity of these toys.
from San Diego, CA
Bought this set for my family. The pop-gun was a flop since there is no skill, but just pulling it back and popping out the ball. The other two had my family members competing against each other.They are fun, nostalgic, and easy--to understand, not necessarily to master!I'm too young to remember them, but my parents..ah, they remembered and enjoyed the recall.
from Kelseyville, Ca.
Grandchildren entertainer for 30 to 40 minutes at a time!!!!!!! I love them!!!!!
from Wellsville ohio
Greatgrand children loved them.
from St Louis, Mo
About Me Aunt, Family stocking stuffer, Grandparent
Every Christmas I try too find something differentand fun for all the nieces and nephews as well asmy 2 grandsons. Purchased 4 sets of these toys.Filled 12 stockings. Ages 4 thru 16, everyone hada great time sharing theirs with all the others.The "Adults" got in on the play, as well. Lots ofgiggles, laughs and challenges. Was the hit ofChristmas Eve!
Wooden Nostalgia Toys Set/3
By Blue Grandma
from Sumter, SC
About Me Education Oriented, Grandparent
My Grandson was learning how the children of the 17th century in North America lived. This was the perfect thing to show what the children had to play with then. Handmade by parents not bought, no batteries needed, no electricity needed, but fun!
Hours of fun for everyone
By Grandma fun
from Rochester, NY
Brought back memories for the older people in group. Had lots of fun showing younger kids. Young and Old had fun playing with these. Had to order more.