D is car mad & loves playing with his toy cars on a daily basis.
Playing with something everyday can get a little boring so I am always looking for new ways to play.
Here are some of our favourite ways!
We have a piece of wood that was originally a shelf in the wardrobe but it wasn’t needed anymore & was just lying around so we now use it as a ramp for his cars.
Sometimes we build towers at the bottom and see if the cars can knock them down!
We have races
Ramps from old wood
We also make ramps using books
D loves parking his cars
We make car parking bays from wooden sticks
A cardboard box car park
Toilet tube garage
Learning shapes with cars
I made these really easy shape roads from an old cardboard box.
D loves them!
This has become a firm favourite!
D absolutely loves painting with his cars!
The clean up from painting with cars can be as fun as the actual activity!
D often goes and gets his cars whilst playing with play dough. We have built roads, bridges, tunnels & he loved it when we hid the cars in the dough.
D loves a tunnel & is always asking me to build tunnels when we play with his cars.
Our current favourite is made from an old cardboard box!
We also use blocks
I often set out a course made from blocks for D to drive around
He also recently had fun driving his cars on bubble wrap
There are so many fun ways to play with toy cars. Let me know some of your favourites!