Thomas the Tank Engine Giant Floor Puzzle

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    Product description

    Thomas is being really useful on this colourful giant floor puzzle, as he’s taking Terence the Tractor off to help with farm work somewhere on Sodor. Meanwhile James, Percy and Duncan are waiting to be called out for work, and look raring to go! We wonder where they’ll be working today? Overhead, Harold the Helicopter is keeping a close eye on everything and as ever on Sodor, the sun is shining and the sky is blue – all’s well with the world.

    The puzzle is cut to 24 large sturdy pieces out of thick cardboard, ideal for small hands. It comes packaged in a cleverly shaped carton, designed to look like Thomas as you can see a different view of him on each side.

    This 24-piece jigsaw puzzle measures approximately 69 x 49 cm when complete.

    Suitable for children aged 3 years and up.

    How to Use

    • This puzzle measures approximately 27 x 17.5cm when completed.
    • It contains 24 puzzle pieces.
    • Suitable for children aged 3 years and up.
    • Comes with a 12 month guarantee.

    Hazards and Cautions

    • Not suitable for children under 36 months. Choking hazard – small parts.

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    Thomas the Tank Engine Giant Floor Puzzle


    4.5 out of 5 based on 4 user reviews Character toys

    £10.00 or 1,000 points

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    Thomas the Tank Engine fans will love making this Giant Floor Puzzle, featuring lots of their favourite Thomas and Friends characters.

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