I love toys that help children to learn and have fun and the Little Tikes Wonder Lab definitely does both of these. Its a great way to introduce science to them. When the girls came home from school and saw it, they couldn’t wait to play with it. The great thing about the wonder lab is you can use it both indoors or outside.
It was really easy to put together and I managed to do it by myself and it only took me 15 minutes. Just a lot of clicking the pieces into place and only 4 screws. Nice and easy, which is what we like.
With us having some unexpected and much loved sunny weather last week we took it outside to try out. I love how Little Tikes toys are really bright, colourful and engaging. We’ve had so many Little Tikes toys over the years and they’ve never let us down.
There are lots of different parts to the Wonder Lab and for them to explore. It has everything that you would expect from a lab. From glasses, to spatula, to circuits and more.
It comes with experiment cards and the one that you wish to clip, you clip on to see the instructions. There are 20 activities for them to try. One of the features I love as a parent is that it has a place for you store the cards. It’s normally this part of a toy that ends up going missing.
Holly couldn’t wait to get started. She loved putting on the different slides to try and get her ball from the beginning to the end.
Holly loved the circuits and she found a feather in the garden which she placed between the 2 clips to see what would happen when she pulled the handle.
There are storage trays underneath the table to put everything.
The table itself is big enough to do all the experiments on and it keeps it all nice and contained.
Alice also loved having a go and trying out one of the experiments with the test tubes. She said she felt like a real scientist.
There is just so much to do with the Wonder Lab that it is going to keep my girls entertained for a long time.
Disclosure: We were kindly sent our Wonder Lab in return for an honest review. All views, opinions and photos are my own.