Le Toy Van

Africa Stacker and Bag

£14.36 £15.95

Follow the call of the wild with this roarsome toy stacking set for little learners.
Ideal for animal lovers, this sustainable toy is sure to delight - stack them high and watch them topple for guaranteed fun. Painted in colourful hues using non-toxic paints, this sweet set is formed of nine wooden chunky animal shaped blocks, perfectly sized for small hands to grasp and includes a giraffe, lion, elephant, zebra, monkey, rhino, cheetah, crocodile, and even a parrot.
Perfect for teaching little ones about the different animals as well as encouraging dexterity and helping to develop fine motor and sensory skills. Complete with a handy cotton storage bag, for stacking fun wherever you go.

• Suitable for ages 18 months+
• Set includes 1 fabric bag and 9 solid wood animal play pieces
• Sustainably sourced wood
• Plastic free set
• Rigorously tested to meet the highest safety standards
• Decorated using water based, non-toxic paints
• Designed with smooth edges for early learning fun
• Encourages early development skills
• Great for imaginative play.

Le Toy Van is a small, proudly family-orientated company with a big heart. They're  passionate about play and believe that childhood should be enjoyed to the full.  They have been making imaginative wooden toys – designed in London with love and a touch of French je ne sais quoi – for almost 25 years. Mr Le Van started it all way back in 1995 when he made his first dolls house and now his son Steven is at the helm as their Chief of Fun! 

They include local kids in their toy design process and have worked with trusted suppliers for over 25 years, who they know and trust their ethical working practices. Their toys are designed to encourage developing senses and are packed with layers of discovery for young, growing imaginations. Ethically made from sustainable, tactile Rubberwood, uniquely designed, multi-award winning, hand finished toys are a true investment in play for generations to come.

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