Plan Toys Sorting Puzzle Plane
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Sort, roll and fly away.
Little aviators will enjoy sorting the pieces of this lovely Plan Toys Sorting Puzzle Plane before rolling across the floor and taking flight. It's a great way for children to develop their motor skills and problem-solving abilities, as well as recognise different shapes and colours. This fabulous wooden sorting toy is made from sustainable, solid rubberwood, with three shapes brightly coloured with eco-friendly paints.
Made from eco-friendly sustainable PlanWood, with safe, water-based finishes.
Good Stuff to Know:
- Eco-friendly sorting and stacking puzzle plane
- Encourages imaginative play, grasping, dexterity and early building skills
- Wheels are attached with strong metal pins
- Made with sustainable materials (non-formaldehyde glue, chemical-free kiln-dried process, water-based dyes, organic colour)
- Made with sustainable manufacturing (solar energy, eco-efficiency manufacturing, biomass power plant, renewable trees)
- Made with sustainable minds (Reforestation Program, Mom-made Toys Project, Children and Community Club)
- Dimensions: 8.1 cm x 13.5 cm x 9.2 cm
Suitable for 1+ years.
About Plan Toys:
From the best-practice and beyond with innovation and creativity in toys process and design, PlanToys® is not only well-known for the first company in the world to manufacture wooden toys from preservative-free rubberwood, it is one of the leading company to create new materials and processes to minimise waste up to zero.
PlanToys® has grown from Green to Sustainability, roots through Sustainable Play. Sustainable Play is the foundation of how their toys cultivate creative minds and bring children closer to nature. Our children will grow up with knowledge and appreciation to respect and to preserve natural resources for the future generation knowing that they can make the world a better place. PlanToys® has gained recognition globally and branched out its philosophy with natural aesthetic quality through wooden toys. Their partners are in America, Europe, Asia and Australia.