GRAPAT 6 BABY STICKS PALS
GRAPAT 6 BABY STICKS PALS
GRAPAT 6 BABY STICKS PALS
GRAPAT 6 BABY STICKS PALS
GRAPAT 6 BABY STICKS PALS

Grapat

GRAPAT 6 BABY STICKS PALS

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This Grapat toy set includes 6 Baby Stick people in rainbow colours, each with their own cardboard tube home. Expert craftmanship has hand-carved a solid piece of wood into a cone shape, with each cone painted a different colour, and then 2 inquisitive eyes peeping out from beneath each 'hat'. With no gender or further expression suggested on these Grapat Baby Sticks, your child can immerse themselves in a colourful world of classic wooden peg dolls from Grapat. Baby Sticks also compliment the larger Grapat Palos®, to make families. Peg dolls make a popular Waldorf toy, from creating delightful worlds of role play and story-telling, to using them as tools to aid counting or colour recognition. These open-ended wooden figures can be a magical wizard one minute, an intriguing forest fellow the next, then rockets, trees and members of your family. These little wooden peg dolls will appeal to toddlers starting to discover the wonderful world of story telling, to older children whose imagination is ever expanding. The smooth wood creates a wonderful sensory toy, harking back to the wonderful world of nature from which it has been crafted and inspired. Young children will love how tactile the wooden Baby Stick peg doll feels in their hand, and posting them in and out of their cardboard tube homes. Each Grapat Baby Stick has been handmade and stained with wonderful, water-based rainbow colour dyes. Recommended for 36 months+. Each Baby Stick measures 3cm in height. Grapat toys are hand made using natural wood and water based dyes. Colours and wood grains vary as does life itself. Over time wood can wear with play. Sensory play: Touch: clutching and grasping, textures, fine motor skills, tripod grip Visual: colours, pattern recognition Schematic play: This toy will appeal to children demonstrating the positioning schema.