Sort the wooden fish, stars and hearts, by colour and shape into the six bowls.
Rainbow bowls sorting game includes: 2 tweezer-style grabbers, 6 bowls in 6 colors each with a fish, star, and heart figures in the same color. The youngest toddlers can stack the bowls, sort by color, sort by shape, or count the figures.
For older children, the tweezer is the challenge. It is not easy to grab the fish to sort it into the intended bowl! When they practice picking up and placing the shapes using the tongs, kids will be exercising their fine motor skills. There are 2 pairs of grabbers, so 2 children can easily play at the same time.
A perfect accessory to add to this set is Grimm's 6 Wooden Marbles/Balls in a rainbow of colors. The 6 colors match perfect with the 6 bowls in this activity set, and could be sorted into the bowls (without using tongs, as the balls are BIG!)
Product details: Age: 1 year +. Size: Frame L30,5cm, Bowls diameter 8cm. Material: Frames made from alder, non-toxic plant based oil finish, bowls made of lime wood, non-toxic water based color stain. All colors are water based and in accordance with EN 71, are harmless to your health and suitable for children toys. Care: If you clean this product only use a damp cloth. Please do not submerge in water and do not use disinfectant or hot water.
Grimm’s is a family driven and sustainable managed manufacturer since 1978, producing safe and high quality toys at the foot of the Swabian Alb in Germany. In product development and design, they are guided by Waldorf education and other reform pedagogical approaches such as Montessori. Their more minimalist approach in designing toys leaves plenty of room for the development of children’s fresh creativity. New fantastic worlds can be continuously created, keeping pace with children’s natural, healthy development.
Children and adults alike are drawn to the brilliant colors and beautiful unvarnished wood surfaces. The bright color glaze and plant based oils preserve the living surface of the wood in structure and feel. The result is a typically rough yet velvety wooden surface which contributes to greater play value, especially for building components.