A Day in the Desert
Summer succulents, enchanted silk, blocks and blue skies await! An open ended set to explore again and again, this collection of toys will lead you on an imaginative day trip to the desert. Each bundle contains an earthy green play silk, Areaware Balancing Blocks set in desert rose, A set of 6 prickly Cactus Stickers and 3 adorable succulent Cactus Patches.
Earthy Green Play silk: Inspired by nature, these eco-friendly, finely-crafted and durable play silks will transform with your child's imagination! A Waldorf toy staple, play silks are the ultimate open-ended toy that foster creativity, movement and role-playing.
Balancing Blocks Building System: Balance these wooden, faceted stone-shaped blocks to create your own desert landscape. Young children will be delighted by what they build, and in doing so learn the joy of process and how to trust their judgment. A supportive tool used to encourage scientific reasoning, planning, mathematics, motor skills and more, this set is a Rose & Rex wooden block favorite. Picked by teachers, loved by all ages!
Cactus Stickers: Add a touch of the west to a favorite notebook, diary or bag with these brightly colored cactus puffy stickers.
Cactus Patches: Add color and style to any piece of clothing with these fabulous cacti iron-on patches. Made from natural canvas with neon and gold embroidered details.
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Materials & SafetyAreaware Balancing Blocks:Materials: Oakwood coated in a water-based paintDetails: Contains 10 piecesDimensions: 6" x 2" x 1.5"Cactus Patches:Iron-onNatural cotton canvasNeon & gold thread detailPack of 3 in 3 designsPack dimensions: 3.125 x 4.5 x 0.125 inchesCactus Stickers:Pack of 6 in 6 unique designsDie cut stickersPack dimensions: 3.5 x 5.25 x 0.125 inchesEarthy Green Play Silk:Eco-Friendly Silk35"Recommended for Ages 3+
Play is okay! tip
Support your wilderness enthusiast with this desert inspired collection. Cultivate your young sculptor's imagination on a hot summer excursion & take those observations back to the blocks! Use observations over opinions of what you see them create. Observations show children that you value their process and helps keeps them motivated to create, rather than motivated to receive praise.