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Construction game composed of 6 pretty dolls shaped like birds, which fit into one another like Russian nesting dolls. This educational game is ideal for helping little ones to develop fine motor skills and dexterity. It can also be used as a decoration for a child's room.The Sweet Cocoon range features delicate colors, inspired by current trends to gently support your child's first steps in learning! Tallest bird measures 3.9 x 3.9 x 6.05 inches.
This rainstick is so pretty, with its delicate colors and spring-themed illustrations. It’s a great way to develop babies’ musical ears. The rainstick will also help to develop their observation skills, since the beads inside the stick are visible through the transparent window. When baby turns the stick over, beads in 3 different colors will fall down through the tube via the 5 wooden propellers, which themselves have 2 different shapes. The resulting rain sound is very pleasant to listen to. Its ergonomic design and small size (length 7 inches) means it’s easy for even little hands to hold. Suitable for children aged 6 months and over.
There isn’t enough space on the ice, but our balancing penguins are all determined to settle there, even if they make everything topple over! This balance game is made up of a natural wood iceberg and 15 very cute penguins in polar colors. Children aged 2 and over will be able to defy the laws of gravity by trying to squeeze as many penguins as possible onto the ice! This game can be played solo or with friends. Solid wood toy (from sustainably managed forests) Water-based paint. Did you know? Penguins can’t fly, but they are excellent swimmers, and can it can survive temperatures as low as -40° Celsius! Toy developed in collaboration with WWF®.
Janod is supporting WWF®™’s efforts to protect the environment and biodiversity with a new range of toys made from more sustainable materials. We hope this range will inspire the next generation and encourage them to stand up for wildlife and the natural world in the future.