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Element - Counting Rainbow

by Grimm's
SKU 10707
Original price $1.00 - Original price $1.00
Original price $1.00
$109.99 - $109.99
Current price $109.99

This 10-piece Grimm's Element - Counting Rainbow is part of Grimm´s world of numbers, where games fit perfectly together. See other elements from Grimm's World of Counting - Stepped Counting.

  • Features
  • Learning
  • About Grimm's
    • Element Rainbow set contains 10 pieces
    • The non-lacquered surface is slightly rougher, making it easier for younger children to hold and build.
    • Made of European-sourced, 100% FSC certified wood, coloured with a non-toxic water-based stain and finished with plant-based oil.
    • Materials: lime wood, non-toxic water based colour stain/non-toxic plant-based oil finish.
    • All colours and oils are certified following the EN 71 and CPSIA/ASTM 963 standards.
    • Dimensions: L27.4 x W7 x H13.7 cm
    • Ages: 0+
    • Made in Germany
  • Children can discover the more abstract world of numbers in many ways by playing and simply using their different senses. They can sense what belongs together and discover the world of numbers. These are not traditional educational toys or materials that are precise and guide toward one correct answer. None of the products have numbers or fractions since the main intention is to provide materials that stimulate free play in various ways. There are endless ways to discover the abstract world of numbers by using different senses.

  • Grimm's Toys are a family-owned and sustainably managed manufacturer at the foot of the Swabian Alb. Grimms produces natural, high-quality, and safe wooden toys. Grimm's toys are simple with minimal design, leaving room for each child to develop and explore his/her creativity for open-ended play. Grimm's product development is guided by the principles of Waldorf education and other educational approaches, such as Montessori.

    Grimm’s toys are always one of a kind, carrying unique marks made by nature. Woodgrain has changing structures and colours that prove its natural origins.