My in-laws picked up this great Thomas train toy for Gs 2nd birthday and he loves it. It wasn’t until recently though that he found a way to incorporate make believe play with it. Now it seems to hold his attention even better. This is such a cool toy and it takes up a bit of room, but it’s easy to take apart and put in storage for a bit. We do this if G starts to seem bored with toys, then bring it out again in a month and he’s excited to see it again. At this age (30 months old), it’s sort of like Christmas all the time when you do this, ha.
If you’d like to use the print outs I made, this link is for the Photoshop version (so you can edit names, dates, times, etc. if you have Photoshop or Photoshop Elements). This link is for a PDF version which mostly anyone should be able to print from, but not make changes.
And here they are!
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