The Wobbel board is a bamboo balance board that stimulates balance and strength during play. It supports physical awareness and balance and can be used in lots of playful ways, by young children, adults and even the elderly.
Tonieboxes are a new type of audio system for children. They use toys, called Tonies, that sit on top of the box and tell the box what to play. The Tonie, that you get with the box, has room for up to 90 minutes of audio. You can upload your MP3s, audiobooks or even narrate your own stories
Bobles the elephant (medium) encourages creative play that stimulates and challenges children's motor skills. Young children can lie on the tummy of the elephant and strengthen their neck or sit in the Elephant’s curve and balance by tilting from side to side. Older children can surf on the feet of the Elephant or jump from the top and go on an adventure.
Grimm's Rainbow is a really versatile toy: small children can stack, sort and build and as the children get older they can use it as a cradle for dolls, as fence for animals, like a tunnel or bridge for vehicles, build amazing sculptures... the rainbow can be played with in so many imaginative ways.
Cubetto is the friendly wooden robot that will teach your child the basics of computer programming through adventure and hands on play.
Lost My Name books are personalised books for children.As if by magic, the story changes based on the letters of a child’s name. So a kid called Charlie might meet a Chameleon, Hippo, Aardvark, Robot, Lobster, Imp and Elephant. The story will be as unique as their name.
Uni Blocks help children develop their hand eye coordination and creative skills. This puzzle features 14 pieces that can be placed on the wooden sticks in different ways, there are a range of shapes and characters that can be built.
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