Help little ones to develop dexterity and coordination skills through play with this beautifully crafted FSC Wood Shape Sorter. Tots will be captivated with posting the eight coloured wooden shapes through their corresponding shaped hole and watching them drop into the middle with a 'clunk'! There is also a large hole with two strips of elastic for gaining easy access to the wooden shapes to start posting all over again!
The high quality of the wood and craftmanship also means it has many years of play in it and can be handed down to younger siblings or playmates once outgrown.
Responsibly produced in China with 100% FSC Certified materials and child-safe lacquers. Recyclable, plastic free packaging. Conforms to current European safety standards.
Wipe clean with a damp cloth.
Suitable for 12+ months.
Measures approximately 11.5cm wide x 12.5cm high. Tell Me More SUSTAINABLE
Crafted from 100% FSC certified materials from well managed forests. (FSC® C147826). All packaging is plastic free and fully recyclable.
Purchasing high quality wooden toys for babies and toddlers means there will be many years of play until it is outgrown and can be handed down to younger siblings or playmates for more fun! About the Brand The idea for Bigjigs Toys came in 1985 in Peter Ireland’s garden shed in Kent, England. Peter was learning to be a Craft Design teacher and began making wooden toys in his spare time. Friends and family were so impressed by his wooden creations that they kept asking him to make toys for them!
Realising he was onto something, Peter began making wooden jigsaws from pieces of floorboard, which he and wife Liz sold at craft fairs across the UK. Liz and Peter were both teachers so had always had child development and education at the heart of what they did. One school holiday, Peter and Liz made the decision to give up teaching and pursue the toys business full time - Bigjigs Toys was born!
Bigjigs Toys has grown enormously since 1985, but still remains family run. Liz and Peter are still involved in every aspect of the toy production, from the toy design to the packing of orders. Liz and Peter’s two sons, Sam and Tom, became Directors in 2017. Even grandchildren Arthur and Edith get involved with testing the toys! It really is, and continues to be, a family affair.