Wooden Story Natural Stacking Tower

30.00

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Have you ever wondered what secrets they hold? When we sit down to play with them, we never really know what they’ll help us create this time. And even when we build, let’s say, a tower, will it always end up looking the same? Let’s give it a try…

We’d love to invite you to a game:

  1. Build a tower with as many “windows” or “holes” as possible – whatever fits your imagination, as long as you can see through them.
  2. Build two openwork towers close to one another – make them close enough so that you can connect them with a stick you found in the park, for example. You could also take a colorful thread and string it through the openings in your structure.
  3. Build the tallest towers you can imagine – just make sure their bases are different. First you can use block X; a different time you can put together two cylinders and make a foot-bridge over them. Experiment with whatever comes to your mind. Will each one of the different structures stand strong on the ground?
  4. Build a tower from all your blocks. To make a strong base you should use a bit more of them for the bottom, maybe 3, 4 or even 5… it looks like we have a new tower again.
  5. Do you have any more ideas? These blocks can’t wait to help you make them reality…

Let the game begin!

Free of harmful chemicals.
Product eco. Made in the Beskidy Mountains, Poland.

Dimensions of the largest piece /cm/: 7,5 L x 2,5 W x 1,1 H. Dimensions of the smallest piece /cm/: 2,5 L x 1,8 W x 2,5 H

 

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About Wooden Story

This family business is three-generation old and no one really remembers when exactly the first cordwoods were planned. But everybody remembers year 1969, the year when the first wooden toys were crafted . Grandpa loved to create new things which were giving happiness. Wooden toys appeared in there manufacture – happily welcomed by the kids. So they created Wooden Story – land of toys. They say that the toys came to us from the forest, they smell of wood and you can still hear in them the sound of wind. Grandpa was right saying that “creating for children brings the happiness to adults”. Knowing that feeling very well, they created Wooden Story from love to nature, for happiness of children.