Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Imaginative Play with Heritage Playsets from Bigjigs Toys {Keeping Kids Creative Sponsor Spotlight}

As a parent it is important that I encourage my boys to use their imagination. Sure they can run around pretending to be super heroes or firefighters but some days a nice quiet interactive playset is best... That's where Heritage Playsets from Bigjigs Toys comes in.


Heritage Playsets are a collection of quality wooden dolls house's, castles, and more that come complete with all of the accessories needed for hours of imaginative fun. With the Red Barn kids can be the farmer tending to the animals, or they can be the knight capturing the enemy with the King Arthur's Castle playset, and girls can even play house with the adorable Rose Cottage. When it comes to Heritage Playsets the possibilities are endless!

We were recently sent the Red Barn and the City Auto Garage to review. Both sets are made of quality wood and offer many different ways to play. The Red Barn comes complete with animals, bales of hale, and a working lift offering hours of fun for little animal lovers... Our only complaint is the fact that it doesn't come with a farmer or tractor, but luckily we have a few laying around!


The City Auto Garage comes with four wooden vehicles, a multi-story parking lot complete with a working lift, a gas pump, a car wash, and a fun ramp for exiting the top level of the garage. This was definitely a hit with my boys and the fact that they can play from every angle minimizes the fighting which is always a plus!

Bigjigs garage

I love the quality of these wooden playsets, and though assembly is required it didn't take too long. Overall, these playsets are a hit! They are a little pricey, ranging from $100 to $190, but I would say they're definitely worth it for the quality and the amount of play kids get out of them.

Think your kiddos would love a Heritage Playset of their own? Be sure to come back for your chance to win a Red Barn during Keeping Kids Creative!

Disclosure: I was provided with the product(s) mentioned above free of charge by the company or PR representative for review purposes. I was not compensated in any other way for this post. All opinions are my own.

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