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At first glance it looks like a normal stacking tower, but La Cima is much more than that ... It is a series of pieces of different sizes, made of pine and oak. It is an evolutionary material.

There are many concepts that are developed: fine motor skills, visual perception, concentration, mathematics, as well as language and concepts: size (large-small), geometry, color, weight (light-heavy), touch (the soft sides). , the edges) ..

With this material the child is prepared to understand mathematical concepts such as the decimal system, geometry and volume.

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The set consists of 10 pieces of different sizes, 5 of oak and 5 of pine. Initially they will start by stacking or building with the pieces. Later we will include the base or structure in which to complete the tower each piece has its place depending on its size.

But also each piece has a series of holes or holes, one in the smallest to ten in the largest, ideal for counting by placing seeds, legumes or balls (not included in the set).

_Each piece or block comes from different cuts of wood, so it will present differences in terms of the shape and tone of its grain.

_Free of varnishes or toxic. All the pieces have been treated with a combination of natural oils.

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Recommended age
From 2 years
Tested: EN 71-1:2014 +A1:2018 ----- EN 71-2:2011 +A1:2014
Designed and manufactured according to the European directive for toy safety (EN71 Standard)
Wood used
Beech, oak, pine
Box 26 x 18 x 6 cm
Base 22 x 15 x 5 cm
Total number of pieces

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The Tower of Hanoi (also known as the Tower of Brahma or the Tower of Luke) is a mathematical game or puzzle. It consists of a base with 3 rods and 9 oak discs of different sizes that can slide on any rod.

The puzzle begins with the disks in a neat stack on a rod, in ascending order of size, the smallest at the top, thus forming a conical shape.

The objective of the puzzle is to move the entire pile to another rod, obeying its simple rules.

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