Grimm's Small Stepped Counting Blocks

by Grimm's Wooden Toys
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$99.90

The Grimm's Small Stepped Counting Blocks from Oskar's Wooden Ark is perfect for combining learning and playing. For example as a counting game, inclusive ideas for playing and building blocks. An exciting way for children to discover the world of numbers and learn the correct order of the rainbow. Each number can be counted by feeling with the hands.

The Small Stepped Counting Blocks are coming with 100 rainbow coloured blocks in a nice wooden frame which can also be integrated as a part of the game. Because of its size it is also perfect for playing on the table.

The Grimm's Small Stepped Counting Blocks is made from precious lime wood and finished with a non-toxic water based color stain and non-toxic plant based oil finish. Size: frame 22,5 cm; single blocks 2 cm thickness, blocks 1-10 cm. 

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.

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My son and me... LOVE these blocks! So much fun building, counting and sorting the colours into each category. Such amazing quality and so beautiful to look at.

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These blocks have been excellent for use as stairs for balls and cars to run down. We also use them a lot to prop things up or space specific heights for big constructions.

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