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Travel Essentials Gift Box

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$ 60
Provides 6 toys for children in need
  • Description

    From plane, to train, to automobile, this travel box will keep your little one actively engaged for hours. No matter what adventure you are embarking on, skip screen time and choose playtime! 


    — Our bendy, wooden robot from Areaware inspires story after story, and lots of funny voices. Play with cubebot as a puzzle, a fidget tool or as a character in dramatic play.

    Tegu Pocket Pouch Blocks — Designed with hidden magnets to keep their latest creation in place, your little one can happily build on the go—maybe it’s a home for Cubebot or a flying buffalo.

    Travel Mouse- All dressed up, this soft cotton mouse is the perfect palm-sized companion for your little one. Like all good friends, he comes with wonderful skills to share, like teaching empathy, communication, emotional regulation, and storytelling. 


    Tegu, Maileg, & Areaware

  • Materials & Safety

    Pocket Pouch:

    Made from sustainably sourced Central American hardwoods. Non-toxic, water-based paint. 

    Includes 8 pieces + a felt carrying pouch. Combines with other Tegu blocks

    Ages 1+, this product conforms to international safety requirements for toys, including regulations in the USA (CPSIA), Europe (EN71) and Canada (Health Canada, excluding Quebec), no lead, no plastic, non-toxic, water-based lacquer finish, no small parts


    100% Cotton Mouse

    Metal Suitcase

    Ages 2+


    Made from Beech wood.

    Includes fabric-covered elastic bands.

    Dimensions: 4.25" tall with 5.5" arm span / 1.5 x 1.5" cube

    Ages 3+

  • Play is okay! tip

    Since these toys are perfect for on-the-go play, encourage a child’s inquisitive eye to observe his or her surroundings for building and play inspiration. Look out the airplane window, discuss details of the subway station or name road sign shapes and colors together. These observations will translate into natural, innovative experimentation with the building blocks, cubebot and mouse!