Gravitrax Junior, Starter-Set
It’s a jungle out there, so help your child or grandchild gain essential skills while having a blast with “GraviTrax Junior Starter-Set — Jungle” from Brio!
Watch your child discover their inner engineer! Now, young kids can enjoy watching their ball roll through a fun jungle marble maze they made themselves! “GraviTrax Junior — Jungle” is an interactive track system for children ages 3 to 7, with pieces sized for little hands. Easy to assemble with tons of possible track layouts for hours of repeat play! Themed expansion sets add to their marble run fun, and they’re sustainably made! It makes a great birthday or holiday gift!
With GraviTrax Junior, building and playing fun is always on track! This creative, expandable system is designed for younger children, challenging them to use their imagination to build their marble runs! STEM-friendly concepts build critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Completely open-ended, this Jungle Starter Set contains everything needed to build various tracks. Expansion sets are easily added for even bigger fun! With many parts made of wood bioplastic, you can feel good about giving your favourite child a sustainable toy that will provide years of fun educational play!
- About Brio World
- Contiains: 100pcs
- Materials: wood bioplastic
- Ages: 3-7yrs+
- Made in Czech Republic
Brio is one of the world’s best manufacturers of wooden railways. Brio is all about everyday adventure —in the city and the countryside. Their classic vehicles, trains and play sets are ingeniously constructed from hardwearing beech wood and colourfully painted to withstand the daily adventures of your imaginative kids—and maybe their kids.
BRIO’s first classic railway was launched in 1958 in Sweden. Its miniature railways have been enchanting children and adults ever since. Looking to the future, Brio demonstrates its environmental responsibility by ensuring that every wooden product is made from 100% from FSC® certified wood. Brio continues to focus on seeing children develop through play, but they should be able to do so in a world where we have taken responsibility for a sustainable future.