"Stop and go," thats what riding the school bus is all about. That and enjoying the bumpy, "wiggly-wobbly" ride, of course! This cute bus will appeal to every toddler and preschooler who has gazed longingly out the window as the big kids board the big yellow bus, off to exotic destinations unknown. Measuring 12 inches long and half again as wide, the durable plastic bus rolls through town, jostling the passengers with the aforementioned "wiggly-wobbly" action. Push down on driver Carlos and see flashing lights, plus hear the "Stop and Go" song, beeping horns, giggling children, and commentary from the driver ("Everyone sit down lets go to school!" etc.). The bus includes driver, two passengers, a wheelchair for one of the riders, a swiveling stop sign, a door that opens, and easy access through the roof for children to play with the figures. The ideal toy to while away the hours until the real thing arrives in a few years! Check out the entire line of Lil Movers vehicles. Three AA batteries required (not included). (Ages 18 months to 3 years) --Emilie Coulter
Excellent toy, my son loves this and plays with it a lot. When it arrived he played with it almost constantly every day. The people are easy to get in and out of the bus and put into the "seats" and it is easy for little hands to press the driver to make the song play. The noises aren't really loud or annoying. My only criticism is that the main door seems to come off easily when pulled hard. However it goes back on easily and doesn't seem like it would break even after been pulled off all the time.
My 18 month old daughter absolutely loves playing with this bus toy. The Little People characters are so cute and colourful and they the perfect size for her little hands. She loves putting the people inside the bus, opening and closing the door and setting off the sound effects as she drives them around the room.
Great toy. My son used it to pretend he was driving the bus. Loved the stop sign that pulls out from the side of the bus. Has a catchy song, but doesn't have an off switch that I have been able to find. Multiple openings allows for ease of access and play for children too. The door is a bit weak on our one, but think that is just a wee moulding issue rather than a design flaw.