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TOMY readies key preschool lines for Christmas run in

Key lines include Johnny Tractor, Aquadoodle and Thomas & Friends.

TOMY has been busy rounding up some of its key preschool toy lines ready for the all-important Christmas run in.

Showcasing its new lines at a recent Christmas in July showcase, the toy company has a mix of tractors and trains through to ‘mess-free’ fun ready for retailers.

TOMY’s John Deere preschool collection has been expanded with the arrival of Johnny Tractor, with a range that aims to help develop children’s learning through colour matching, numbers and shapes.

The range also offers preschoolers different ways to play through simple push and roll toys to more advanced buildable and remote-controlled tractors.

The Aquadoodle range will be expanded with Super Rainbow Deluxe, as well as the Peppa Pig Mat. The collection will also welcome its first ever 3D toy, Dress Designer.

For older preschoolers, Big Loader’s Thomas & Friends Sodor Island Delivery Set (pictured) features Thomas, Percy and Terence. The vehicles from the nostalgic train set can also be used on the floor, providing extra play value.

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