tonies GERMAN - Tonie Audio Figure - Was Ist Was - Dinosaurier/Ausgestorbene Tiere
Back to primaeval times!
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Features & Advantages
- Two episodes of radio play fun
- Perfect for inquisitive kids
- Running time: approx. 70 minutes
- Product in German
Item no.: MUE-BOX-01-1938, Content: 1 item, EAN: 4251192101464
What do dinosaurs and other extinct animals have in common? That's right - they lived a long, long time ago and still exert an unbroken fascination today. The well-known series "Was ist Was" conveys knowledge in a child-friendly form.
Dinosaurs: There were harmless herbivores like the massive sauropods, but also dangerous predators like the Tyrannosaurus Rex. Then a massive catastrophe wiped out the dinosaurs forever.
Extinct Animals: Species have died out and new ones have evolved for as long as there has been life on earth. Where was the first life? What is evolution and how does it affect the development of species? And why are so many animal species threatened with extinction today?
In addition to the audio figure, the delivery includes a booklet and operating instructions (in German).
Radio plays, music & knowledge: The lovingly designed Tonie audio figures are adorable playmates who can be collected.
The Tonie principle is very simple: Place the audio figure on the Tonie box and the fun can begin. It's so easy that even little ones will recognise their favourite stories and design their own programme.
|Type of Products:||Radio plays & music|
|Recommended for Children::||6 years old|
|Stars & Licensed Toys:||Was ist Was?|
|Playing Time:||60 - 90 minutes|
|Warnings:||CAUTION: Not suitable for children under 36 months. Choking hazard due to small parts that can be swallowed|
|Occasion:||Back to school|
|Toy Features:||Instruction booklet included, A Wi-Fi internet connection and Toniebox are required for use, A Wi-Fi internet connection and Toniecloud account are required for use|
|Music Genre:||Audio book|
Author: Dr. Manfred Baur
Voiced by: Crock Krumbiegel, Anna Carlsson, Jakob Riedl
Running time: Approx. 70 minutes
Age recommendation: From 6 years