A playful magical landscape can pop up before your eyes in just a couple of seconds!
The beautiful handmade set of trees and bushes (8 elements in total) catches everyone's attention. What do we have here? Fir, pine, fir, cypress, two apple trees and a couple of lovely bushes. A pretty good start for a small nature-lover. The trees and bushes are all round in shape (so no risk of getting hurt) and look and smell natural wood. The elements are not painted to keep the beautiful wooden grain visible and tactile for little fingers.
This is an open-ended toy. The forest can be a part of the magical scenery in a fairy tale, a park in the city - a great way to talk about nature from an early age - or a garden in front of a fairy's castle. The joyful opportunities are endless, especially if you add other nature-inspired wooden toys, such as a Waterfall or Sun Stacker, or any other toys which you already have. The role-playing possibilities with this wooden toy can give a strong boost to imagination, communication, and social skills. And while your child is playing with the Russian Forest, you may breathe out and have a nice cup of coffee.
The Russian Forest is created in Russia, handmade by third-generation carpenters. The solid wood for the toy is sustainably sourced and the toy is not lacquered to give more tactile contact with the warm surface of the natural wood.
AGE: Recommended for children 3+ who are no longer teething/chewing their toys. Kids under 3 years old can play with the toy under supervision of the adults.
HEIGHT of the ELEMENTS: 14, 12, 11, 10, 7, 3.5, 3 cm (5.5", 4,7", 4.3", 3.9", 2.8", 1.4", 1.2")
MATERIAL: solid lime wood
NOTE: Actual colours may vary a little from pictures. It depends on unique wood features and on the individual monitor colours settings.
DESIGN AND PRODUCTION: Raduga Grez (Russia)
PACKAGING: the toy comes in a cotton dustbag
Russian Forest Set: Natural
Toys should not be submerged in water, use a damp cloth to wipe them. Proper use is absolutely safe. Actual colors may vary a little from pictures, due to unique wood features and monitor settings.