To put your child's Imaginarium train set together correctly, you'll need instructions or a diagram of the wooden train track layout. If you've lost the original layout or directions for the train track, use a layout created for any compatible wooden train set, including Thomas the Train or Brio, to create a new train track look. Imaginarium is a Toys 'R' Us Exclusive brand. For a new set of exact instructions, contact Imaginarium or Toys 'R' Us customer service.
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Things you need
- Wooden train track pieces
- Wooden train engines
Find a wooden train track layout on a website dedicated to wooden trains, such as Squirrel Tracks or My Little Red Wagon Toys' train layout page.
Separate the wooden train track pieces you have into groups. Create a group for each type of track, including curved track pieces, short straight track pieces, long straight track pieces and so on. Count how many of each type of piece you have and compare it to the numbers in the layout. Make sure you have enough of each type of track to complete the layout.
Lay your track like the image in the layout.
Snap the tab at the end of each track piece into the notch in the next track piece as you lay the track. Continue laying your track and connecting the track pieces until the layout you've chosen is complete.
Connect any train engines or cars together using the magnets at the end of each vehicle. Place the finished, full engine on the track.
Tips and warnings
- Do not try to force balls or tabs at the end of one piece of track into the notch on another section of track if it does not want to fit. This can break both pieces. Irregular pieces often occur in train track sets.
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