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Colourful and original Toys, designed for children’s development through play.
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|Dimensions||40 x 22 x 0.02 cm (15.7 x 8.7 x 0")|
|Box type||Lovely cardboard mini-suitcase with a fabric handle for easy transportation|
100 pieces puzzle on the underwater world topic, in a nice square suitcase easy to carry with its handle. Puzzle 50 x 40 cm (19.7 x 15.7 in). Suitcase 24 x 7 x 24 cm (9.4 x 2.75 x 9.4 in). With poster.
This puzzle is a great way to get started with 3D puzzles! Who better than this cute koala carrying its baby on its back to win you over and motivate you to dive into this amazing carboard construction game! Children aged 6 and over will love the process of putting the 42 pieces together to build a 3D animal 15 cm high! Just detach the pieces of the puzzle from the pre-cut cardboard boards, then assemble them with the help of the wooden pieces. Assembly is easy thanks to the comprehensive instructions. FSC®-certified cardboard (made using wood from sustainably managed forests). Water-based paint. Did you know? The word “koala” means “no water” in an Australian Aboriginal language. The plants koalas feed on are so rich in water that they don’t need to drink anything else. Toy developed in collaboration with WWF®. Janod is supporting WWF®™’s efforts to protect the environment and biodiversity with a new range of toys made from more sustainable materials. We hope this range will inspire the next generation and encourage them to stand up for wildlife and the natural world in the future.
54 pieces puzzle on the topic of the dragons, in a nice round suitcase easy to carry with its fabrics handle. Puzzle : 50 x 40 cm. Poster included.
This amazing giant educational cardboard puzzle will allow your child to discover endangered animals. This puzzle is accompanied by an educational booklet to explore the wild species of the world and understand the reasons for their extinction. 50 cardboard animals are also to be assembled and placed on the puzzle. The names of the animals are indicated on the back of each figurine. A poster to be used as a template is include. Number of pieces: 200