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A lovely shape sorter with very soft, contemporary colours and super cute animals. Sorting the 6 shapes helps your toddler to develop their dexterity while having fun. Wood : Box in plywood, blocks in chinese cherry. Water painting.
This little ladybug is ideal for helping your child to develop their sense of touch ! The 9 round pieces have different textures (relief, wood etching, cork, felt and Velcro) that will provide your child with endless fun. As an added bonus, it can also help little one associate the colors of the round pieces with the spots on the ladybug, and they can also look at themselves in the mirror. Water painting.
This colourful house is ideal for learning colours and shapes, and for playing with Sophie la girafe in her lovely house. The 7 blocks to fit into the house will help toddlers develop their dexterity while having fun. Detachable roof. Carrying handle make it easy to bring anywhere!
Easy to use with its thick wooden grips, this toy will develop your child’s dexterity, familiarising them with the idea of size through the 4 circles that have to be put in the correct place based on their size. Behind each circle lies a different pet (fish, rabbit, cat and dog) in a colour matching the right circle to help your child learn.
Easy to use with its thick wooden grips, this toy will develop your child’s dexterity, familiarising them with geometric shapes through its 6 parts in different shapes that have to be put in the right place. Behind each piece lies a jungle animal (hippopotamus, crocodile, tiger, elephant, rhinoceros and lion) in a colour matching the right shape to help your child learn.
21 wooden pieces, one cotton bag and 5 game cards. Put your hand in the bag and try to be the first to find the 4 pieces indicated on the game card, using only your sense of touch! But beware the “trick” piece! The player who picks the bone must return any pieces already won to the bag. Variant for toddlers : each player may also take turns drawing a piece from the bag. If it appears on their game card, the player places it on top. An ideal game for developing your child’s sense of touch and fine motor skills. From 2 to 5 players.
Recognising shapes and colours is the first thing little ones learn, making parents proud everywhere. To make memorisation easier, here is a selection of games that will enable children to easily acquire these notions.