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|Age Suitability||12 months +|
Nature is like a colourful album of images that gives us a beautiful scene month after month. No matter where we live, in the countryside or in the city, each station has its own beauty, colours and treasures.
And if we place them on a season table, in that corner of the house where we can follow the cycle of the year?
It will be like bringing a piece of the outside world into our home, filling it with colors and other natural elements that we can treasure.
Until a few months later in spring, life is reborn, everything is filled with flowers, new animals and days of light, appear pink, magenta, fresh green and yellow fresh and clean.
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Bought to introduce my children to nins, as I couldn't decide between nins/magos/palos or brots the seasons set are a fantastic option to try without forking out huge amounts. Love the rings, coins and bowls included as they add to the play options and offer great value when you price compare full sets. Beautifully finished, tactile and smooth. Very inviting colours. Picked the spring as pink is my boys' favourite colour. the yellowy set is definitely more lime green/yellow in real life in my set so very spring like. If they like these I will be looking to buy another season set and slowly build the collection. love that magos are stackable and its divides easily into 3 so hopefully will stop my 3 boys fighting over them (wishful thinking!)
Can be used in so many ways. Sorting, stacking, role play and much more
This is a great set with a little bit of everything. The colours truly are beautiful & my daughter loves to stack them. Really good value for money with this set
Great value for money. Durable enough against little hands. Great size too! Perfect quality. The colours really stand out and the wood grain is just to die for. You get loads for your money. Great starter set getting bits of everything!
These are so tactile and I love the colours, my son likes to collect and transport small toys and we have used the coins as food and money so far