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We were gifted this set in exchange for coverage. Toys are a huge part of my days at home with Daisy. I like our days to have a loose bit of structure to them. For example, after breakfast, we wash our hands together and then we play toys. Once Daisy has had her nap I let her free-play and use her own imagination to entertain herself. Also, we have some screen time then, which we don’t really restrict in our home. A part of the day that I absolutely love is being able to play toys with Daisy. We have a load of toys that we rotate. Toys like Duplo, puzzles and many others. I love to get one or two of these out when we sit and play together, to give Daisy different toys to play with. We’ve been sent the Brio Classic Figure 8 Set to test out and I want to show you what we thought of it.
The Brio Classic Figure 8 Set has an RRP of £34.99. You can *buy it on Amazon. Within the box, you receive 14 pieces of track, a train with 2 carriages (magnetic), 1 station/clock tower, 1 exchange track and 3 trees. There is also a leaflet showing you all the different pieces of Brio that you can purchase and what their numbers are. This is really useful if you need a replacement item or just want to identify something.
Here is a look at the completed set up of the Brio Classic Figure 8 Set
Watch our video to find out what we thought of the Brio Classic Figure 8 Set
This takes just a minute or two to set up, slots together nicely and is great fun to play with. I love that the train has magnetic carriages as this helps keep them together nicely when Daisy is playing with them.
When we are finished playing it is simple enough to pop this all back inside the box and store it away until our next play session.
The quality of Brio items is usually fantastic, and this doesn’t disappoint. We are having great fun with this set and I look forward to getting it out again soon. You can *buy it on Amazon.