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Stacking Cubes "Safari"

  • A small foot brand product
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    Happiness is made of wood! This is why small foot wooden toys make children so happy.
    • Exceptional design, made in Germany
    • Responsibility for quality and safety so children can play carefree
    • A love for wood - because it's a popular environmental winner
    • Playtime fun at a fair price - so that everyone can enjoy small foot
  • Highlights
    • With printed motifs from the animal kingdom and the numbers 1-10
    • The number of depicted animals corresponds to the number on the reverse side of the cube
    • Imparts a first understanding of animals, numbers, colours and sizes
    • Provides long-lasting entertainment
    • The cubes can fit inside one another for space-saving storage
    • High-quality prints and modern colours
    • Ideal addition to other toys from the "Safari" series
  • Product features
    Dimensions: Largest cube approx. 14 x 14 x 14 cm; smallest cube approx. 5 x 5 x 5 cm
    Brand: small foot
    Material: paper /cardboard
    EAN code: 4020972119575
    Age recommendation: 12m+
    Weight incl. Packaging: 1.20
    Page Main Catalog: 37
    Spring brochure page: 23
    Packaging: small foot-coloured box
  • Product information
    Wild stacking fun! With these ten stacking cubes in a modern, child-friendly safari look, young master builders can put their stacking skills to the test. The stacking cubes made of stable cardboard have cute motifs from the world of animals and the numbers 1 - 10. The number of animals depicted on a cube corresponds to the number on the reverse side of the cube.
    Who can put the cubes in the right order? Sorting and stacking these Safari cubes trains children's motor skills, concentration, and dexterity while they develop an understanding of colours and sizes. After playtime is over, the cubes can be easily inserted inside one another and stored inside the biggest cube to save space. With these, children can playfully develop their first understanding of numbers while getting to know different animals.