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Sebra

Stabelkasser, 10 stk., Nightfall

319 SEK
Stabelkasser, 10 stk., Nightfall
Sebra
Stabelkasser, 10 stk., Nightfall
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Stacking blocks which can be used to build a tall tower or used as shape sorters. Shown here with a print from Sebras Nightfall theme a story about everything that takes place when the day draws to a close. The stacking blocks come in a nice box, and each box features wonderful illustrations from the Nightfall theme. The stacking blocks come in different sizes, and for smaller children its fun to stack them on top of each other and build a tall tower... only to knock it back over with much joy and enthusiasm. Smaller children will also find it fun to use stacking blocks as shape sorters. For older children, each box features a number from 1 to 10, so the stacking blocks can also serve as a tool for learning numbers and concepts such as biggest and smallest. Accordingly, the largest block is numbered as 10, while the smallest bears the number 1. In addition to this, there are illustrations of, for example, nine squirrels, on the block with the number nine, three wolves on the block with the number three, etc. In this way, children can get a sense of quantity as well as the visual appearance of the number. The illustrations on the other two pages each tell their little Nightfall story. Place the blocks inside each other so they take up less space, or use them as decorative items in the nursery when they are not being used for play. The activity toy was designed in Denmark. Recommended age: 1+. Labelling: CE. Cleaning: Wipe with a cloth. About the Nightfall theme Darkness falls and calm descends in the small homes. Outside, the moon lights up the night sky and thousands of twinkling stars appear, creating a magical ceiling. The Nightfall theme is about everything that takes place when the day draws to a close. Together with cute nocturnal animals, Sebra takes the child all the way into the forest in the middle of the night. The animals of the night move around in the dark landscape, creating fascinating shadows. The shadows sometimes look like entirely new creatures, and the imagination can really be put to the test when moonlight is reflected in shining eyes or when it casts shadows on ancient tree trunks.
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