Grimm's Building Set Rainbow Lion New Item 2020
The Grimm's Building Set Rainbow Lion from Oskar's Wooden Ark is a wonderful building set in a wooden frame that combines organic shapes in oiled natural wood and colourful geometric shapes.
The Majestic Building Set is more than a tribute to an endangered animal. With this set, we wish to bring a little HAKUNA MATATA into your life. The saying originates from the African Swahili language and means "There is no difficulty“ or „Do not worry“.
"Strength, serenity and loyalty symbolise the king of the animals, who is dependent on the life in the pack."
How the Grimm's Rainbow Lion came to be - a story from Elke Grimm:
"As you all know, we love nature and very lucky to live in one of the most beautiful hiking regions in Germany. Here in the Swabian Alps, numerous stories and legends exist around symbolic lion and the lion symbol can be found on many hiking paths in the region. With Simba, our four-year-old-male dog, we like to be on these beautiful hiking trails and listen to each ones individual story. The special path markings in the form of a lion's head accompany you uphill and down dale, through forests and across meadows and so this simple signpost inspired this magnificent construction kit in the form of a rainbow lion."
Frame L = 44,5 cm
27 pieces: 18 Rainbow pieces - 4 cm high - 9 Natural pieces - 3 cm high
Recommended Age 3+ years
Warning! Not suitable for children under 36 months. Choking hazard due to small parts.
Grimm’s Spiel & Holz Design from the Swabian Alp is one of the most outstanding German wooden toy manufacturers. As a family-owned company they develop, manufacture and sell wooden toys since 1978. Grimm’s intend is to design toys, whose simple and reduced design together with beautiful colouring, and inviting surface feel are well suited for all ages - products that are played with over and over again.
Committed to the pedagogical guidelines of Montessori and Waldorf pedagogy, Grimm’s offer open-ended toys made of sustainable sourced wood for both children and adults. Their natural toys are not only well renowned in Europe and used extensively in many kindergartens and by speech and occupational therapists to improve and extend general didactics, fine motor skills and mathematical reasoning.