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Rainbow Magnetic Tram Set

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$ 50
Provides 5 toys for children in need
  • Description

    Little ones will love mixing, matching and stacking the pieces of this tram for endless hours of imaginative play. Exploring shapes and colors is a valuable play experience for babies and toddlers because it provides context for the world around them, which is made up of shapes! Each wooden piece is designed with hidden magnets that are polarized to encourage problem solving, teach cause and effect and offer auditory and tactile feedback they crave. As they chug this tram along during play, toddlers naturally get their bodies moving, supporting fine and motor gross coordination. Plus, those peg people present storytelling and role-playing opportunities that engage their creative young mind.


  • Materials & Safety

    Materials: Sustainably sourced FSC-certified Honduran hardwoods, water-based, non-toxic lacquers (for colors and clear coats), magnets 

    Details: Set includes felt travel pouch and six blocks in two shapes: four triangular prisms and two parallelograms.

    Dimensions: 15.2"W x 5.87"H x 2.8"D

    Designed in the USA / Purposefully & fairly made in Honduras. Tegu is a vertically-integrated company that cares about knowing its supply chain and suppliers.

    Care: Wipe occasionally with a damp cloth. Do NOT play with Tegu in water or leave outside. 

    Age: 1 years+ 

    Safety: Naturally sage. Made with no lead, no plastic or non-toxic materials. This product conforms to most international safety requirements for toys, including regulations in the USA (CPSIA), Europe (EN71) and Canada (Health Canada, excluding Quebec)

  • Play is okay! tip

    When young children enter their imaginative play years, use this set for storytelling, character building and dramatic play. Try these creative prompts: Where are these people going? Do they have names? Tell me more about where this tram is going?