Natural Shape Stacker by QToys

$39.90

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This Natural Shape Stacker truly is a beautiful and versatile piece.  It instantly invites children to get busy and start ‘working’.  All the while, practising fine motor development and hand-eye coordination. Recommended age is 1 years +

This Natural Shape Stacker truly is a beautiful and versatile piece.  It instantly invites children to get busy and start ‘working’.  All the while, practising fine motor development and hand-eye coordination.

As your child becomes confident with the stacker, there are lots of opportunities to learn about shapes and sizes, as well as building (and destroying) free-hand block towers.  Oh the fun they will have.

To grow your natural toy collection, check out our Wooden Peg People and Natural Block Set.

Recommended age is 1 years +

Made from plantation timber using non-toxic and child-safe materials.

Additional information: Dimensions 37 x 12 cm

 

 

About Q Toys (the maker):

Growing Kind is an Australian retailer that offers a wide range of eco-friendly wooden toys from QToys, an Australian company based in Melbourne that produces educational toys, teaching equipment, and children’s furniture. The toys and equipment from QToys are made from sustainable materials such as bamboo, rubber tree wood, and acacia wood, and are designed to encourage independent learning and promote children’s success in today’s world.

At Growing Kind, you can find QToys products suitable for children of all ages, including babies, toddlers, pre-schoolers, and primary school children. The selection includes QToys puzzles, wooden toys, and preschool equipment, all of which are designed to promote open-ended play and support children’s learning and development.

1 review for Natural Shape Stacker by QToys

  1. Kim T. (verified owner)

    I love this but the pieces are a lot smaller than I thought they were. I got it for my 1yr old to do supervised but the first couple are so small I wouldn’t even do it supervised yet.

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