Natural Blocks

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2019-6-BLQ

Construction games never go out of style, they have evolved over the years, but they are still one of the kids' favorite toys. Our blocks come from pruning for training or cleaning. Inspired by Waldorf pedagogy, they are perfect for stacking, working on imagination, motor skills, balance and spatial recognition.

The pieces are sanded so that the textures are pleasant to the touch. For greater security, we have removed most of the bark, although some blocks do retain a small part, so this could come off with use and blows. Something totally natural. All the pieces are natural, ideal to experiment with the different smells and perceptions of the real environment.

Ideal to bring nature closer to children while doing crafts, mini-worlds and all kinds of constructions.

€54.00
Tax included Delivery time between 3 and 4 days
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_ The set consists of 36 varied pieces, in different woods, shapes and sizes.

_ Branches of different fruit trees (apple, pear, plum), oak, olive, pine, oak and juniper are mainly used. Will vary based on availability

_ Some of the pieces retain part of the crust, so that with time and blows it could come off, in any case it would not be a defect but a completely natural process.

_ Each piece or block comes from different branch cuts, so it will present differences in terms of the shape and tone of its veins.

2019-6-BLQ
3 Items

Data sheet

Recommended age
From 12 Months
Wood used
juniper, pine, oak, olive, ash, pear, chestnut, oak, alder
Total number of pieces
36
Box Dimensions
45 x 40 x 5 cm

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The Jenga game of a lifetime but with the stamp of Cocoletes. Its blocks are made by hand in natural juniper, which gives it a characteristic aroma and color.

It is a game of physical and mental ability, in which participants must remove blocks from a tower in turns and place them on top of it to form new levels and grow in size.

It requires concentration, observation and skill, in addition to working on motor skills and eye-hand coordination awakens imagination and creativity.

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