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A wooden knife

7.007.50
A handmade wooden knife, which children will be happy to use for cutting fruit and vegetables. The knife is well cut and at the same time safe from cuts (it can not be cut with it).
The small knife is 15.5 cm in length and 3 cm wide.
Large knives with a length of 19 cm and a width of 3 cm.
Clean the knife manually with warm water.
The knife is made of maple wood and coated with oil that is suitable for household use.

Takanne tracker

70.0090.00
The child can play “release the ball” with this tracker and at the same time he/she develops his/her gross motor skills. With this exercise the child develops the skill of releasing objects, in this case balls. The ball slowly rolls along the ramp and encourages the child to follow it with his/her eyes. The child needs to squat and stand up to put the ball in the tracker and by doing so develops his/her balance. The Takanne tracker is appropriate for the children who are starting to stand; but it stays their favourite long after that.

Balance beam for children

39.00
The balance beam is appropriate for the child when he/she walks stably. You set it near a wall so that if the child loses his/her balance he/she can hold to something. We recommend that the child walks barefooted on the central part of the beam so that he/she will be able to sense tactile stimulations on his/her feet. Walking on the beam helps the child with his/her movement development, balancing, spatial awareness, movement refinement and self-reliance.

Glass pitcher 125 ml

4.006.90
This small pitcher enables the child to learn how to pour liquid in a glass independently. We can combine two pitchers and prepare an exercise of pouring liquids or grains.

Washstand and scrub board

140.00152.00
This children-sized washstand and scrub board are intended for cloth washing. They enable the child to work with water, train his/her skills and learn practical life activities at the same time. Washing cloths enables the child to develop his/her concentration and fine and gross motor skills. The child needs to bring enough water in the pitcher in order to wash the cloths. While washing he/she uses different movements: wringing, grating, soaping, rubbing, hanging. After finishing, the child takes away the dirty water and cleans the pots and the bucket. Cloth washing takes time and the child needs to be able to concentrate for a long time; he/she develops his/her concentration when working with water. The washstand is appropriate for children from the age of 2 onwards; but even younger children love working with it.

Drying rack

29.00
You can use the wooden drying rack to invite your child to help you with hanging the laundry. The child will feel important and useful; at the same time you will encourage his/her independence by including him/her in the household chores. You need to show the child how to put the wet laundry on the rack and how to pin it with the clothespin. Pinning the clothespins is a challenge for the child; at the same time he/she develops the fine motor skills and concentration. Working and collaborating with you will fill your child with contentment. Enclosed: small, wooden clothespins.

Free-standing mirror

107.00
If you do not want to fast the mirror on your wall, you do not have an empty wall or you want to move the mirror, the free-standing mirror is your thing. The two bases enable the mirror to be stable in the horizontal position. The bases are detachable. The mirror without the bases can be fasted on the wall in horizontal or in vertical position. The glass is covered with protective foil. The mirror is one of the basic accessories for the child in his/her play area. The mirror encourages the babies to observe and explore. We put it in the baby’s play area so that the baby can observe himself/herself while lying. The baby will observe the movement of his/her arms and legs and changes on his/her face with enthusiasm.

Mirror

85.90
The mirror is one of the basic accessories for the child in his/her play area. The mirror encourages the babies to observe and explore. We put it in the baby’s play area so that the baby can observe himself/herself while lying. The baby will observe the movement of his/her arms and legs and changes on his/her face with enthusiasm. When the child starts walking, we put the mirror in the vertical position and the child can continue with observing his/her body.