Grimm’s Sorting Game Rainbow

96.60

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Description

The Grimm’s Rainbow Sorting Game from Oskar’s Wooden Ark is probably the product that deserves the most superlatives. In our view one of the best educational toys world wide. It is an outstanding sorting game which can also be used for colour matching. Using the rainbow coloured bowls, small children can sort colours, put the figures in and count them. For older children, using the tweezer is a challenge. It is not easy to grab the fish and sort it into the intended bowl! We promise that you and your children will love this one so much! Last but not least perfect for combining learning and playing as the fine motor skills are developed in a very playful way. 

Grimm’s Rainbow Sorting Game comes in 2 wooden frames, 2 tweezers, 6 Bowls in six colours each with one little wooden fish, star and heart. The Frame is made from precious alder wood finished with non-toxic plant based oil. The Bowls are made from precious lime wood finished with a non-toxic water based color stain. Size: Frame L = 30,5 cm, Bowls = diameter 8 cm.

Recommended Age 12+ months

We recommend this product from 12months+ and have listed the items in our section for gift ideas for 2 years and older. Playing with the 2 tweezers should be supervised as there is a little round piece in between the two wooden sticks that is attached but could potentially be a chocking hazard.

Grimm’s Spiel & Holz Design from the Swabian Alp is one of the most outstanding German wooden toy manufacturers. As a family-owned company they develop, manufacture and sell wooden toys since 1978. Grimm’s intend is to design toys, whose simple and reduced design together with beautiful colouring, and inviting surface feel are well suited for all ages – products that are played with over and over again. 

Committed to the pedagogical guidelines of Montessori and Waldorf pedagogy, Grimm’s offer open-ended toys made of sustainable sourced wood for both children and adults. Their natural toys are not only well renowned in Europe and used extensively in many kindergartens and by speech and occupational therapists to improve and extend general didactics, fine motor skills and mathematical reasoning.