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Red Bus Sorter

SKU: BJ692
7 reviews


Dimensions: W 36cm x H 21cm x L 18cm
Suitable for children from: 12 Months +
Brand: Bigjigs Toys
Barcode: 691621536926

Drive the colourful collection of wooden animals around town in this beautifully-crafted Shape Sorter Bus. The animals can be posted through the correct slots on the side panels, while passengers on the lower deck can be switched using the window slider.

At the end of the journey the animals can be unloaded via the door at the back of the wooden shape sorter bus. Sorting toys encourage mobility, discussion and creative play.

Made from high-quality, responsibly sourced materials. Conforms to current European safety standards. Consists of 21 play pieces.

Red Bus Sorter - product features:

  • 21-piece shape sorter
  • Develops mobility, discussion and creative play
  • Suitable for age 12+ months
  • Makes the ideal first birthday or Christmas gift
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23 Sep 2021
Clare N.

Bus sorter

Such a lovely wooden bus! Both my baby and toddler love playing with it and the animals together

03 May 2021
Denise L.

Fantastic, bright and fun

Grandson is 9 month and loves this bus. Lots of moving parts which make him want to play with it. Well made and very sturdy.

03 Apr 2021
Joan W.

Very good

Enjoyed by my grandson. Well made

31 Jan 2021
Susan L.

London Bus Sorter

I ordered the London bus sorter for Christmas for my grandson. It is absolutely precious! I always had wooden toys at my grandmother’s house as a child...many which belonged to my father. The bus is something that my grandson can pass on to his children. Thanks so much! I will definitely order more Bigjig toys in the future!

14 Oct 2020
John B.

Looks very good

- but this is a Christmas present for a neighbour, so the proof will come later. A pity it's made in China, but what isn't?