Illustrated in soft colors and can be arranged to make 6 different puzzles of animals
Endless possibilities for play-A younger toddler will enjoy stacking the blocks and knocking them over. An older kid will enjoy solving the puzzle under a time limit.
Thoroughly tested to ensure they meet the highest standards for child safety
Built from solid and sturdy wood to withstand heavy use
These forest animal blocks provide toddlers with a ton of educational fun. They have cute patterns of animals and colors that will help your child recognize animals and different colors. Each block has six different faces making it more interactive and attractive to your little one. The colorful design helps stimulate your child’s imagination and creativity. Your child will also develop hand-eye coordination through interacting with these wooden blocks. By stacking the blocks and watching them fall, your child will also boost their motor skills.
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Cute educational toy. My 1 year old baby likes it.
very cute and nice size
These blocks are cute, well made and perfect for little hands.
Great product. Kids love it. Good substitute for iPad :)
Great sturdy blocks! cute pictures
My grandson loves doing puzzles. He will love the new challenge. The blocks are well made of wood in a cart with cute little pictures.
This toy is simple looking but the child will get a lot of use out of it. A very young toddler will enjoy stacking the blocks (and knocking them over). A slightly older toddler will be able to solve the puzzles while a preschooler will enjoy doing the puzzles under a time limit.
My 3 year old has spent HOURS playing with this!!
I bought this for my soon to be 2 year old daughter and she really likes playing with it (not only as a puzzle but as building blocks too).