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Wooden Tree Blocks – 36 pieces

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$183.95  (Ex GST)

$211.54 (Incl GST)
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Product Code MW36R

This set of wooden blocks is perfect for adding extra texture and dimension to constructions as well as for creating small worlds. These natural, wooden blocks all feature natural bark on the outside of the blocks. The bark has been sanded smooth. The wooden blocks, cut perfectly straight, allowing for easy stacking and building. These wooden blocks supplied in a cotton, drawstring bag. Excellent resource for hand and eye co-ordination, logic development and counting. Perfect for construction, natural play or role play. Includes 36 pieces in a drawstring bag. Suitable for children from the age of 3 years.

All timber used in this item is approved by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC). This is the world’s most rigorous labelling system for timber products, and is the only forest label supported by the World Wildlife Fund, Greenpeace and the Australian Conservation Fund. FSC approval ensures that this item is an environmentally friendly and sustainable option for the classroom.

Construction resources help to promote a variety of cognitive and physical skills. Construction and manipulative resources can help to promote both fine motor and gross motor development. They encourage problem solving and logical thinking to solve issues such as balancing blocks, where the next piece goes and how to make the structure that they want to build. Team work is also a key feature in the use of construction resources. Children can work together to design and build intricate and thoughtful structures using their creativity, imagination and logical thinking. Improve social, communication and language skills through playing with construction resources. Children build perseverance as they build their constructions. Play encourages creativity, imagination, perseverance and the also development of language and social skills. As a result children become more confident and develop a stronger sense of identity through play.

MTA Catalogue page: 795