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Let's Learn and Play Carpets
By Jodi M. Webb
April 1, 2003

Anyone who has ever stretched out on the family room sofa to catch a few ZZZs only to have their body transformed into a freeway for miniature cars will welcome Let’s Learn and Play Carpets with open arms. Each brightly colored carpet is its own small world waiting for toy vehicles, people and animals from the toy box to bring it to life. The carpets feature 19 different worlds that appeal to both boys and girls, ranging from amusement parks to barnyards and the Wild West. The carpets, which start at $29.95, come in several different sizes ranging from 31.5” x 42.7” to 52” x 69”. The company’s newest releases are the Formula One Racetrack Carpet and Construction Site Carpet.

Because they are often found in schools and childcare centers, Let’s Learn and Play carpets meet the highest manufacturing requirements, including ASTM safety standards and the highest non-flammability rating. The carpets are made of non-toxic and non-allergenic fabrics, include a skid-proof backing and are washer and dryer-safe.

The carpets work as well in quiet time play for one child as they do for rowdy play when friends show up. Infants will be attracted to the bright colors and bold shapes, while an older child can use the carpet as a backdrop for a collection of dinosaurs, fashion dolls or wooden trains. With their rugged, easy-to-clean construction, Play Carpets are equally at home in a child’s bedroom or thrown under a tree at the local park.

With its own plastic carrying cylinder designed to make travel a snap, you can toss a Play Carpet in the trunk of your car to make grandma’s house, or anywhere else a child visits, into a ready-made play-room.


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