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Dena is a safe, simple and smart toy, suitable from babies to all ages. Their toys are made of food-grade platinum silicone, the same high-quality...
A delightfully quirky set of three happy wooden vegetable in their natural wood pots. Includes six detachable interchangeable stacking parts. Mix...
Our little owl lives on top of the fir tree! This fun, 7 piece stacker will help toddlers to develop their hand eye coordination, as well as color...
Mr. Frog will help children learn about colors, counting and sounds! Stack the different rings onto the wobbly base while listening for different...
Stack these tunnel pieces together to make a real rainbow! A great first puzzle for your toddler to develop their matching skills, size and colour...
Each tree tapers upwards and so the 12-piece rainbows are made from the lower trunk and the 10- and 6-piece rainbows from the upper part. Each of...
A beautiful 5 piece rainbow tunnel toy made out of solid plywood for endless creative play.
Grimms 12 Piece Rainbow
Toddlers stack, sort and build and as the children get older they will use it as a cradle for dolls, as fence for animals, like a tunnel or bridge...
This small Conical Tower is like a weeble toy! The children can sort, stack and build with the discs. While stacking, the eye-hand coordination is...
recommendation age: 0+
recommendation age: 1+
WARNING: POTENTIAL HAZARDOUS ACCESSIBLE POINTS. Always put on safety cap while not assembling or disassembling wooden...
Colorful wooden circles let kids dress this character from tippy toes to top hat.
Wood, Water based paint
A toy to improve the motor activity and the coordination of eyes and hands. The tower moves back and forth because of its rounded bottom.