Teach your children about architecture while helping them learn to stack with these beautiful blocks.
The City set is 100% handmade from natural materials. The set is made of maple. Water based paints were used. Finish - water-based lacquer, specially designed for toys (Biofa) We make the surface of the toy very smooth and tactilely pleasing, which contributes to the development of the sensory abilities of children.
The set consists of 16 pieces Non- toxic, kind to the environment and fun for all.
Constructive play (also known as constructing play or construction play) involves manipulating elements of the play environment to construct something new. This may involve all sorts of different construction methods – stacking, assembling, disassembling, sorting or molding, to name just a few.
Why is Constructive Play Important For Children? Constructive play develops a vast range of skills and behaviours, including; The physical skills (both fine and gross motor) necessary to manipulate and control the chosen toy or material, Problem solving skills, Flexible thinking skills, The ability to plan the use of materials to see a design idea become a reality, The ability to test ideas, Perseverance in the face of construction challenges, and When working with others, team work behaviours necessary to successfully and collaboratively complete a task together. Children should be encouraged to fully explore and enjoy constructive play for all of the fabulous developmental opportunities it offers, and, according to Piaget, as an important stage of play in and of itself.