Wooden Loose Parts Treasure Set
A gorgeous set of rainbow coloured wooden loose part treasures. Loose parts are a great open ended resource with no 'correct' way to play with them. The natural wood grain, bright colours and varied shapes will bring our your child's naturally inquisitive nature and they can always find a new creative way to play with them.
The small parts are great for developing their fine motor skills and practicing hand-eye coordination. They can imagine that the parts are little people, lay them out to create pictures or colourful mandalas. Great for use in maths learning as they can be used as counters or to practice sorting and sequencing.
There are 14 different treasure shapes in 7 organic colours, each in 3 different shades. Great for colour or shade matching.
Size: Approx. 3.5cm - 4cm.
Age: Not suitable for children under 3 years old.
Warning: Choking hazard. Contains small parts.
Set includes: 42 wooden treasures in a cotton drawstring bag. Please note that the wooden leaf tray is not included with the loose parts. This is pictured simply as an example of how you might present the pieces at home.
Inquisitarium was founded on the belief that children learn through play and that toys and books have the power to spark wonder and cultivate a curious personality. We love sourcing the best toys that provide a sensory experience or teach the child something valuable. We are also completely addicted to children's books; our favourites are the beautifully illustrated ones with factual details seamlessly woven into a good bedtime story.
The name 'inquisitarium' aims to create a feeling of place for the sense of being inquisitive, curious and questioning about the universe. It also sounds like a terrarium, which fits wonderfully with our efforts to be green.
We are constantly learning about what it is to have an eco-friendly and sustainable business, and subsequently adapting our business processes and approach to product design and packaging to limit our environmental impact.
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