Bright wooden FantaStack blocks constructor from HABA brand consists of wooden elements. The details in the cubes are very bright, made of quality materials (beech), painted with water-based paints. Blocks are of various shapes and colors.
The German manufacturer of baby products Haba presents a colorful wooden arranging toy Palette of Pegs. It will allow the baby to reach many goals - from having fun and interest to receiving a lot of benefits from the process.
One of the best ways to develop a child is a clutching puzzle. It unites both fascinating play, development and education. Haba clutching puzzle animals by numbers is a perfect fit for any kid. It’s eco friendly so it can be used for any age.
Staking Cubes Rapunzel from German brand Haba unite favorite game of all kids with fairy heroes. It makes the gameplay even more fascinating and exciting. All cubes are made of wood and colored by non-toxic paints so they are safe for your little ones.
Haba Fire Brigade Pulling Figure and Shape Sorter is a unique toy that unites two most popular kids’ toys into one. First of all it is a beloved by all the kid’s sorter that help them develop, but it’s a fire car at the same time. And we all know how boys love them!
A set of multi-colored wooden dominoes from Haba Company is a fun game based on the principle of dominoes and chain reactions. All the elements are eco-friendly since they are made of wood and covered by non-toxic paints. Every child will adore it!
An interesting set for young builders Haba Blocks Set stimulates the development of spatial imagination in a child and helps to study the shapes of figures. All parts are made of unpainted, environmentally friendly beech.
Haba ball track is guaranteed fun! The colorful connecting blocks come with pivots that easily lock into place on the bottom of the ball track pieces. The toy is made of wood so it’s eco-friendly. It will fit any child in age 18 month and older.
Every adult person sometimes dreams about traveling in time. Especially the old times when so many things are knows only from the history books. It would be so exciting to look at all those things in real life!