Chad Valley Wooden Dominoes
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  • This domino set from Chad Valley is, I think, one of the absolute bargains to be currently available from Argos, seeing as it cost me just three pounds in their sale, but I consider that it looks a good deal more expensive than that, and is of remarkably good quality for such a low priced toy
  • I would go so far as to say that it would still be a fairly good buy at double the cost, and so if you see this set around and have young children who enjoy colour and pattern matching, then you should definitely snap it up
  • Apart from that one slight issue with the card covers, I see no reason at all to doubt the manufacturer's claim that these dominoes are suitable for children of one year of age and upwards, though I would think that those a few years older and maybe just beginning to learn to read might benefit most from them

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      This domino set from Chad Valley is, I think, one of the absolute bargains to be currently available from Argos, seeing as it cost me just three pounds in their sale, but I consider that it looks a good deal more expensive than that, and is of remarkably good quality for such a low priced toy. I would go so far as to say that it would still be

      a fairly good buy at double the cost, and so if you see this set around and have young children who enjoy colour and pattern matching, then you should definitely snap it up!

      What you get is a nicely crafted wooden box (complete with the cheerful Chad Valley logo) in which reside 28 dominoes, each of them bearing a very bright and colourful picture of an animal or insect - ...


      • butterfly, cow and sheep, for example. These pieces are made of wood, but the pictures themselves are stuck on with a separate card layer, which I think does mean that they might not be suitable for the very youngest children, those who are liable to chew on them!

        Apart from that one slight issue with the card covers, I see no reason at all to doubt the manufacturer’s claim that

        these dominoes are suitable for children of one year of age and upwards, though I would think that those a few years older and maybe just beginning to learn to read might benefit most from them. To sum up, I think that this is a lovely toy and would make a great gift for a child - I am sure that most would be absolutely delighted with this set.




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