giant set of wooden building blocks will give your children the tools they
need to build pretty much anything.
- This huge 64-block set contains 4 different sized cubes and
cuboids that sit in a large tray, stacked up into a pyramid.
- Children will enjoy taking it apart and building their own
pyramids and pretty much anything else besides. Even adults will have a hard
time resisting building with this striking set!
- Use these Waldorf style blocks to play and learn in a myriad of
ways – can build magical palaces, castles, beautiful cities, towers, and
- Even create patterns and pictures, use the blocks as ingredients
in a play kitchen or as colorful maths counters, and sort by color and
- The possibilities for play and learning are endless with this
classic wooden toy. Enjoy on its own or combine with other toys from the
Chitrani range for creative, natural play.
Children will have hours of endless educational fun with our
Heirloom quality Large Stepped Pyramid which fires up their imagination,
maybe today they will just make patterns but tomorrow they could be used to
build a rocket.
- Each of our toys is completely designed and handcrafted in our
- Our fun toys are lovingly made using sustainable
- Naturally stained using non-toxic, water-based
- Minimal colors finish allows the grain of the wood to shine
through and ensures that this toy is safe for little hands and is sure to be
a favorite for many years to come!
- Size: The storage tray measures 35 cm x 35 cm. Each block has a
40mm x 40mm face and is between 40 mm to 160 mm long.
- This set is suitable from age 3. WARNING: This toy is unsuitable
for children under 3 due to small parts.
Size: Frame 14 inches square
Contains: 64 Pieces
36 Months and Above
ABOUT THE BRAND
Hands to Mind presents Chitrani is a sustainably
managed family-run wooden toys brand based in the Thar Desert of India. They
mainly focus on offering safe wooden toys made of sustainably managed woods
that complement development for children, in particular during their first
five formative years when parents should instil in children a sense of the
privilege of playing and nurture their proximity to nature.