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RM47.90 RM79.90
Price RM47.90 RM79.90
Product SKU SKU-A-8058664136520-UNIT-14887
Brand Chicco
Size (L x W x H) 21 cm x 8 cm x 23 cm
Reward Points 47
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  • Suitable from 6-36m
  • 4 colourful shapes with animals’ faces on to play with and to put in the right place.
  • 3 sliding rings between the crowns of the baobab.
  • Babies have to put the shapes in the correct hole, learning to recognize geometric shapes.
  • It develops hand-eye coordination and manual skills.
  • Made of 80% recycled plastic from industrial residues.
  • The packaging is recyclable with plastic parts reduced to a minimum.

Playing fun with the "Baobab" tree

The sorting toy Baobab in the shape of a tree consists of 4 geometric shapes with cute animal faces. Your child can play with the Baobab to their heart's content and put the shapes in their right place. There are also 3 movable, colourful rings to discover in the Baobab treetop.

Trains fine motor skills and cognitive perception

By sorting the individual elements, your child gets to know colours and geometric shapes in a playful way. This toy does not only train fine motor skills, but also cognitive perception.

More sustainability with the ECO+ series

The Baobab shape sorter is made from 80% recycled plastic from industrial production surplus and are part of the Chicco ECO+ range. It includes the Made-in-Italy range of sustainable toys. ECO+ is Chicco's commitment to act responsibly with regard to the little ones and the world they grow up in, by using lesser fossil fuels in the development of the products and helping to reduce the problem of plastic waste.

Suitable for kids 6-36 months

Dimensions: product: 18 x 5 x 19 cm; Packing: 21 x 8 x 23 cm


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Leonard Wong

Excellent services.

14 January 2020