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Grapat Coins to Count (2019)

by Grapat
Original price $66.90 - Original price $66.90
Original price $66.90
$70.80 - $70.80
Current price $70.80

The Grapat Coins to count: These circular coins in natural wood with rounded edges are pleasant to touch and allow children to learn whilst playing.

Using them for exchange, collecting, order, adding and subtracting. Perfect material for mathematical logic. Or simply as a building material for various constructions and the creation of mini worlds.

  • Specifications
  • Safety & Usage
  • Grapat 
  • Set includes: 60x Coins with stamped numbers from 0 to 9 (4.8cm in diameter)
    Colour: Natural
    Material Used: Wood from sustainable forestry
    Made In: Catalunya, Spain

  • Dyes: Coloured with water-based and non-toxic dyes that comply with the European, USA and Australian safety regulations, and are safe to use with children
    Glue: Glue is kept to a minimum as most pieces are made as one piece, but where needed to hold small parts together, glue used is 100% formaldehyde free
    Recommended Age: 18 months+

  • Grapat toys are handmade with love and subjected to nature, making every piece unique.  Materials are sourced locally wherever possible, and every part of every toy has been considered as part of the design, including the dimensions, the shape or form, the thickness of the wood and the colour - all to ensure a perfect and versatile resource in your open-ended play space. Learn more about Grapat...

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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Beautiful open ended toy

These coins are the perfect size for little hands. They can be used for posting into boxes, practicing counting and number recognition, and are also wonderful for imaginary play. My daughter has used them for both money and tickets, and they will be great to use as more realistic representations of money as her knowledge grows.