Rudolf Steiner, the father of Waldorf Education, believed imaginative play in childhood held is the key to creative thinking in adulthood. Children learn best through imitation, let them show you what they're learning by giving them the tools.
A classic donut stacking tower in a beautiful Desert tone palette. The graduated stacking rings create a simple “puzzle” for toddlers and preschoolers, who learn spatial relationships and basic physics through stacking and ordering the pieces. They also makes a beautiful display item on the nursery or bedroom shelf.
Introduce basic concepts of physics (knock things down with force, things stay in place because of gravity), identify colors, place colors in spectrum order, group rings by size...the possibilities are endless.
- 7 wooden discs, 1 base
- Sizes: 16cm x 12cm
- Materials: lime wood, dyed with non-toxic watercolours and lacquer free.
- Recommended for children 3+
- Ethically made and Handmade in Russia.
- Please Note: Toys should not be submerged in water, use a damp cloth to wipe them clean if needed. Actual colours may vary a little from pictures due to the handmade nature or the product.