Review // Fisher-Price Skyway

If you read my blog I am sure by now you know we love Fisher-Price toys, but their Little People range are the ones that make me happiest.

If you ask my Mom which toys saved her from going insane with 4 small children it would be Little People, we would play with them for hours, we had airports/houses/cars, my siblings and I would  create whole worlds.

Little People Skyway

My kids seem to be going the same path (I just wished my Mom had saved ours), we get our big box of them out and make little towns and now we have the Little People Skyway to add to our growing Little People village.

The Skyway is an impressive sized toy, it stands just over 3 foot tall and has 3 downward ramps for a ton of zooming fun.

It comes in a small box and does require assembly, in fact I suggest you build before the kids know as with assistance it took me nearly 40 minutes as there are a great deal of screws, but unlike some other plastic toys it is incredibly strong and even though Deacon the crazy has pushed it over so many times it is going strong.

In the box you also receive 2 cars, which is great as it allows both my little people to play at the same time. Aimed at 18 months plus this toy really works well for years to come. Addison at over 4 loves it as much as Deacon at just over 2.

Little People Skyway Review

Although the toy is large I feel it is totally worth having the room for, in the 2 weeks we have had it every child that walks in the door gravitates to it and plays over and over, if you are looking for a Toddler Toy that goes up to school age this Christmas this would be my recommendation.

Little People Skyway

You can pick up the Skyway anything from £35 to £40.

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Kara Janelle, Plus Size Blogging Mama. Vintage Lover, Interiors Obsessed, Chair Crazed, Collector of Much remembering to Smile as it is the 2nd best thing you can do with your mouth.