In the 15th century, Leonardo da Vinci designed an ingenious
method for building a self-supporting bridge without the need for ropes or
fasteners held together only by the pieces of wood. This rainbow-colored
wooden Leonardo Building Sticks – Da Vinci’s Bridge allows children to
experience the brilliance of da Vinci’s design and to experience physics in a
fun and colorful way!
- Budding builders can test their cooperation, logic, and patience
with this clever wooden puzzle. Older kids will be challenged to build an
arched bridge or a dome using only the sticks and nothing else. Younger
children will enjoy creating their own buildings and structures with the colorful
sticks, which combine well with other wooden blocks set from
- Leonardo Sticks can be used in physics lessons, for developing
logic and patience, as a cooperative team-building activity, or just for fun!
One needs a quiet hand and some finesse to set it up.
- Combine the Sticks with other building blocks, creating stairs,
bridges, houses, and other buildings!
- Materials: birch ply, non-toxic water-based color stain.
- Our fun toys are lovingly made using sustainable wood and
non-toxic finishes, so they are safe for little hands and is sure to be a
favorite for many years to come!
- Just for the natural variation in the wood, each handcrafted toy
has its own unique character. Variations in wood grain, color, knots, texture
are all-natural occurrences in these hand-stained wooden products. Each toy
will likely vary slightly from the other one but will be equally
Note: Small parts! Please ensure adult supervision at
100 Sticks L=20 cm
Toy Meets the EN71 and ASTM toy safety standards for Europe and
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN
Made in India
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.