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Legler Domino “Safari”
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Let the game begin! This domino game made of FSC® 100%-certified wood with its large tiles and cheerful safari animals is great fun. This tile game can be simply stowed away in the wooden box and is therefore easy to transport. Dimensions Approx. 6 x 3 x 0.5 cm     Material wood     Recommended minimum age from 3...

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HABA Town Maze Magnetic Game
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Product Description   The colorful spheres are trying to find their way home – But they need your help navigating the city! Slide the magnetic wand from its storage slot and start gliding it over the game-board’s plastic cover to guide the spheres along the swirling, criss-crossing tracks. You have to move each of the spheres to their matching-color apartment...

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Legler Computing Tiles Number Fun
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Math isn't so tough! Especially when you can practice on this wooden calculation board. The calculated equations must be matched with the suitable solution on the wooden board so that they can be checked by a math pro. This calculation board allows you to make equations with the numbers 1 through 20. It's an optimal math exercise tool for children...

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HABA Pegging Game Rainbow Rocker
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Merry, colorful pegging pleasure with an ingenious rocking feature. The rocker leans to one side or the other, depending on how many rings are pegged on each side. And when are the rods in balance? With concentration and dexterity, little ones discover the wonders of balance. 1 rocker, 3 pegging rods, 9 pegging rings. Material: beech, plywood. Dimensions: l 7.25...

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HABA Number Maze Magnetic Game
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Little animal friends can match the colorful balls with the corresponding animals and numbers. For example, the five white balls turn into chicken eggs in the nest. It’s not only tons of fun, but it also fosters motor skills and aids in first comprehension of numbers. Material: lime plywood, plastic, metal.

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Legler Wobbling Tower Animals
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Attention all high-stackers! This classic family game stands for exciting playtime fun. The colourful building blocks with their jolly animal faces inspire fantasies in children and can be gripped easily by children's hands. This means that the game not only promotes the development of the young construction artists' motor skills, but also their dexterity and concentration. The smooth, frictionless surface...

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Mama May I Peek A Boo Acorn
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Have little ones take turns playing peek-a-boo to match each color pair. Your little naturalist will giggle when playing this three-dimensional version of the classic concentration game.

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HABA Fit and Play
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Which shapes go where? Get your toddler on the floor playing with our signature sorting game. Distinct colors and shapes enhance your child’s motor skills and hand eye coordination. Children slide the boards out to create new shapes and then see if there is a shape that matches. A red button on the end turns easily to lock the sliding...

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HABA Discovery Blocks
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Each colorful wooden block has it’s own little secret: The yellow block has a bell, red a mirror, blue a kaleidoscope, orange a rattling ball, green a yellow plexiglass and blue a red push button. The unique effects give even more creative freedom to the little builders and help develop coordination and motor skills. Each block measures 1.

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Mama May I Balance Balls
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A ball is one of the most open-ended toys around. There are so many games you can play, things you can do, hours you can spend…rolling, tossing, spinning, and now balancing these multi-sized spheres. Line them up from smallest to biggest or biggest to smallest – a great task in differentiation. Use a stopwatch to see how long it takes...

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