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Wooden Lacing Up Shoe - Natural Wooden Educational Toy

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Ex Tax: $14.90

Price in reward points: 18

Availability: In Stock

Brand: Dorebu

Product Code: BG-E0012N

Reward Points: 1

Wooden Lacing Up is suitable for 3 Years old and up and the Montessori toy, which the Kid play  amusedly.

That's produced from 100%Natural Wooden.

Moreover this is the wonderful toy, which the Kids learn to lace up by improving their own fine motor skills. the holes are 10mm.

DIMENSIONS: 8cm x 19cm x 1cm


1 PCS Wooden Lacing Up Shoe

1 PCS Fabric Pouch


The Wooden Toy is completely made from natural wooden and NEVER contain any harmfull chemicals. This is made from raw pine tree.



The set is entirely natural wooden and its unique shapes come from its own tree. Therefore the shapes of each set are variable from its own tree.



The set is completely healthy for the kids. and it does NEVER contains any spall, as the toys are purified from its spall under the necessary process.



Please use cleaning cloth by using only winegar in 1/10 with water.

Motor development in the child

The capability of the human body to move is called electric motor ability and also it is split into two;

Bold motor: stroll, run, jump, swim, leap, climb, ride a bike, dancing, throw a round
Great electric motor skills: writing, paint, reducing with scissors, linking shoe laces, fastening, clothing, zipping, brushing hair, consuming with silverware. The growth of this ability is really essential for attention and focus, hand-eye coordination.
Development that begins with gross electric motor abilities turns into great motor growth after 2 years old. The muscular tissues and also bones obtain more powerful, they begin to be able to do even more tasks. As time passes, balance as well as sychronisation boost and we begin to see an energetic kid. Regularly moving as a result of the wish to check out, they frequently duplicate their newly gotten skills. To develop fine electric motor abilities, the child can be given practice by regularly doing tiny and fine job.

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