New Mega Bloks First Builder range for A/W

Line features music, sounds and lights to combine construction play and dancing.
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Construction brand Mega Bloks is introducing new products to its First Builder pre-school range this year.

Fresh toys with lights, music and sound will arrive this autumn/winter, as will one of Mega's biggest play-sets to date.

Mega Bloks First Builder Billy Beats is a dancing piano with light-up keys, which combines building and music with dancing and playing.

Billy Beats features three different modes of musical play include piano, animal and DJ/party effects.

Joining the new range is Firetruck Finn, a brand new vehicle featuring a steering wheel, ladder Block Buddies Fireman and 13 First Builder blocks.

Ricky Race Car and Catie Convertible are the newest convertible vehicles to be added to the Mega Bloks Lil' Vehicles range, each featuring a driver and five building blocks.

The new additions are compatible with the rest of the Lil' Vehicles range.

A new series of Block Buddies join the ange with three different themes, ech with a pack of three characters.

The Block Buddies pack will be available with a boy,girl and puppy, 'Rescue Squad' with a Policeman, fireman and Dalmation nd 'Hero Team' with a Knight, dragon and Horse.

Finally Mega Bloks Giant Play Table offers a building platform of 40 blocks plus storage shelves.

The brightly coloured set aims to engage both boys and girls while encouraging construction fun for children age one upwards.

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