Toddlers learn about recycling as they sort the garbage, then tip out the trash from the drivable truck.
Help toddlers aged 2+ tidy up the town with LEGO® DUPLO® Town Recycling Truck (10987) toy. This realistic garbage truck toy lets curious young minds play out the world they see around them as they learn about recycling, sorting the garbage into the correct bins and dumping the trash into the truck.
Educational toys to brighten up playtimes
During the waste-sorting fun toddlers get familiar with their colors by working out which piece of trash belongs to its color-matching sorting bins. These have hinged lids that refine motors skills as little fingers open and close them to tidy away the trash. Preschoolers will love to drive the truck and tip out its load once they reach their destination – the dump.
Role-playing the real world
This hands-on toy helps kids develop fine motor skills as they role-play the real-life adventures of an everyday hero who befriends a lost puppy and takes it for a ride in the truck.
Educational toy for eco-friendly learning – LEGO® DUPLO® Town Recycling Truck (10987) toy teaches toddlers about waste-sorting while they have fun playing out the world they see around them
Feature-filled toddler toy – Comes with a drivable trash truck toy with a tipping function, 3 colorful sorting bins for recycling, a garbage worker, puppy toy figure and a broom
Kids’ learning toy that sparks creative play – Children develop their fine motor skills and learn to recognize colors whilethey imagine being a busy garbage collector sorting the recycling
A treat for toddlers – Inspire children’s interest in the environment with this activity-packed birthday, holiday or any-day gift for kids aged 2 and up
Room to play – Truck measures over 4.5 in. (11 cm) high, 6 in. (16 cm) long and 2.5 in. (7 cm) wide, so there’s plenty of space to fit the garbage worker in the cab
Digital building instructions – The LEGO® Builder app features a digital version of the printe
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