This brightly coloured, wooden stackable rainbow is made up of 7 separate pieces and can be used by children of all ages. It can begin as a decoration in a babies nursery to one day be used by a toddler to build bridges, roads or tunnels and finally as a tool for stretching puzzle making skills, logical thinking and developing motor skills. Measures approximately 24.5 cm in length.
This activity is suitable for little ones from 18 months up to 4 years old. As all children develop in their own time, this is a guideline and may vary with your child. Each rainbow comes in a brightly coloured drawstring bag, handy for on the go adventures!
Wooden rainbow made up of 7 pieces, approx 24.5cm in length
Brightly coloured drawstring bag
Skills being developed:
Fine motor skills:
Thumb opposition; in-hand manipulation; wrist extension; whole hand grasp; hand strength; hand eye coordination and control; grasp and release; dexterity; bilateral hand coordination; sensory exploration; spatial relationships; shoulder and arm strength.
Visual perceptual skills:
Visual tracking and scanning; motor planning; visual discrimination; visual motor integration; visual spatial relations; visual closure; visual figure ground.
Concentration; problem solving; puzzle solving skills; language and vocabulary; sorting and organisation; counting; colour recognition.
Patience and perseverance; creativity and imagination.
* Bags and content colours may vary
Disclaimer: Age titles are our suggestion and are a guideline as you will know your child's abilities best. Adult supervisions is always required.
Our customers say:
"Super gift for my Granddaughters first birthday. I think she'll have tremendous fun with this for many years"
"The rainbow stacker arrived today and it’s wonderful! It’s for my daughters first birthday and I think she is going to love it!"
"Lovely item, well made and the storage bag is great too."
"Fast shipping, wonderful seller, and absolutely adorable product. Exceeded expectations (I actually ordered a second as another gift!)."