My Mummy's World : Schleich Farm World Starter Set | A Review

Friday, 24 February 2017

Schleich Farm World Starter Set | A Review

This is not the first time I'm reviewing Schleich toys, last year we reviewed some other animal sets and they were a big hit with both children. So when I was given another opportunity to review some more of their animal figures I knew they would be the perfect addition. 



This time we were sent the Farm World Starter Set, which is priced at £14.99 and includes a sheep, a cow, a rooster and a baby donkey. As we expected the quality and detailing of each animal is amazing which is reflected within the price. I've previously wrote about how they are made and the extensive detailing and processes to create this is incredible. However, what I loved about this set was the detailing going into creating the baby donkey, giving it the cheeky baby look. 



Majority of children love animals, and mine love visits to the farm, seeing the animals and how they change. Jack especially loved how these reminded him of his farm visits and recreating some farm scenes. 

The Schleich toys are recommended for ages 3+, however with some careful supervision Isla has been having a play too. She's almost 2 now (sob!) so quite aware of not putting things in her mouth, but we always look on the safe side. 



For Schleich everything is about imaginative play and children's imaginations are great. Isla tends to play with these alone as she doesn't really understand yet, but Jack puts his imagination to key and takes them rides in the toy cars, and builds them some homes. But Jack loves showing each animal to Isla, telling her what they are and the noises they make.

As I previously mentioned this set has an RRP of £14.99, which I think is great value for money. You can view the whole range of Schleich and plan your extensive collection on from Smyths Toy Store. 

Please Note: We received these figures in exchange for an honest review, all words and opinions are my own and not influenced in any way.

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