Counting Numbers Natural Wood Blocks
As seen in the New York Times kids gift guide.
This set helps children learn numbers as they mimic the hands on the blocks. Counting on fingers is a child's first important experience with number sense - these blocks make that experience concrete and tied to the written numbers. The wood blocks alternate between maple and walnut for the odd and even numbers. We seal each block with our own jojoba oil/beeswax blend. Safe for all ages, even teething little ones
All the solid details:
▧ Eleven x 1.5" square blocks in cherry, maple and walnut
▧ Cotton drawstring bag for gift giving, storage and carrying from room to room!
▧ Wood Blocks are sealed with our own organic jojoba oil/beeswax blend
▧ Safe for all ages, even teething little ones
▧ Biodegradable packaging materials + care instructions enclosed
▧ Made in our wood shop in Seattle, WA
▧ Fun fact: Our toys are part of The Museum of Modern Art's educational program at these institutions.
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