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Grimm's Small Convertible, Yellow

by Grimm's
SKU 09306
Original price $1.00 - Original price $1.00
Original price $1.00
$27.99 - $27.99
Current price $27.99

Grimm's Small Convertible, Yellow, and its little Rainbow Friends will become loyal companions of your child and over time inspire many adventures both big and small, going beyond the boundaries of the children's room. These wooden toys on wheels are not only impressively simple in design, but they are also suitable for all-terrain including jaunts in the countryside. There is a lot to discover during a playful childhood, and our Convertibles can also be used as amphibious vehicles on waterways. Little world builders will learn to understand that wood is a great material that not only floats but can also be repaired if something breaks.

The rainbow figures are hand-painted and are gender-neutral, and because they do not have a fixed facial expression, they can be either sad or happy. With their simple appearance, they spur on the child’s imagination instead of restricting it by offering too much detail.

Tip: When drying, do not place on a heater or in direct sunlight as this could cause cracks in the wood. Let it dry at room temperature.

  • 1 wooden figure in a convertible, 2 pieces
  • Materials: figure made in maple wood, convertible in lime wood, non-toxic water-based color stain.
  • Size: convertible length 13cm, figure height 6.5cm / diameter 3cm.
  • Age 1+
  • Made in Germany

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 which serve as proof of its natural origins.