The white balls are eggs from the bird?s nest, the red balls are apples and the yellow balls are pears. With the magnetic rod, gardening enthusiasts can move these balls to their whim or even sort them by color. But beware! If the balls of the magnetic game are moved too fast, they lose contact with the magnet and quickly fall down again. And of course you have to be careful in the game that you do not turn wrong. This is fun and playfully promotes fine motor skills and concentration.
Material: Metal, Plastic, Wooden (Plywood) | Dimensions: 25 x 21.5 x 1.2 cm
Encourages: Hand Eye Coordination | Fine Motor Skills | Force Regulation
Not suitable for children under 2 years | Game for 1 Player
Children are constantly faced with new cognitive challenges. Babies learn primarily by observing and imitating. They try out the same things again and again, for example dropping an object or pushing something over and watching it closely. Around the age of one, children start to perceive the difference between themselves and the world around them; this is a stage of rapid cognitive development. Team games that involve lots of moving and playing are fun and strengthen the bonds within the group.