Forest Life (Set of 5 or 10)
Forest Life (Set of 5 or 10)
Forest Life (Set of 5 or 10)
Forest Life (Set of 5 or 10)
Forest Life (Set of 5 or 10)
Forest Life (Set of 5 or 10)
Forest Life (Set of 5 or 10)
Forest Life (Set of 5 or 10)
Forest Life (Set of 5 or 10)
Forest Life (Set of 5 or 10)
Forest Life (Set of 5 or 10)
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Forest Life (Set of 5 or 10)

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Leia's Playworld
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$40.00
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Safe, eco-friendly and long-lasting wooden figurines that are perfect for both little and growing hands! This Forest Life set includes 10 animals - Squirrel, Deer, Hare, Owl, Frog, Snake, Bee, Butterfly, Dragonfly and Koala. Create playscapes with playdough, pom poms, dried leaves and twigs.

Imaginative play sparks creativity when little ones create different storylines and adventures. It promotes language skills when they narrate their stories and share the experiences that the figurines go through.

These animals are also perfect for stacking and balancing, which help to train finger muscles that are essential for writing.

  • Natural alder wood
  • Coated with Linseed oil and beeswax
  • Colour of the product may vary due to natural wood grains 
  • Age recommendation: 6 months - 4 years old
    Leia's still working on her stacking skills at 17 months and these wooden animals present a good challenge for her. She gets frustrated when she can't balance the animals, but this is where we as parents need to hold back and let them find ways to resolve and step in to model how to do it at a later stage. This helps to cultivate perseverance and encourages them to problem solve independently.