Wooden animals of the jungle, brought to life by illustrator Andy Westface, have taken up residence in this rainbow-colored house—which is also a shape sorter designed according to the principles of Montessori early learning. Kids two and older will enjoy inventing their own stories and games while finding the right entry places for the parrot, tiger, fox, alligator, raccoon, elephant, owl, panda, sloth and lion. At the same time, children will develop their fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination, and powers of observation and analysis. Made by Vilac, manufacturer featured in the 2012 MoMA exhibition Century of the Child: Growing by Design, 1900–2000. Made of wood, the Rainbow Animal Shape Sorter house measures 8.85h x 9.05w x 8."d. Age 2+
SizeHouse: 8.85h x 9.05w x 8."d
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