Our team FoxFamily creates educational toys - board.
They are important for the development of motor skills, intelligence andimagination. This toy is suitable for children and toddlers. Furthermore, it would be best for the development of fine motor skills of the child fingers.
The size of one board 50x30x5 cm (20 "x12" x2 "). The total size of the board 100x60x5 cm (40" x24 "x2")
Our boards are best for your child, because:
- They are made of natural materials. All parts are polished boards. Please do not forget to attach the board before you allow your child to play with him Thank you for visiting our store.
- Board universal. It can be hung on the wall, you can put in the photo, you can put on the floor. Your child can play with the board standing, sitting or even lying down. Good idea for twins or two children.
- Each board is suitable for both boys and girls.
- Board contains Busy book, which greatly saves your money.
- Please note that we do not use power outlets and other elements associated with electricity, to avoid repeating actions in the real world. It can be very dangerous for the baby.
- All of our products have been checked three children in front of us, because we want to avoid such unpleasant situations.
- Each element is securely attached to the board that your child will never be able to pull them off. But, as with any toy a child plays with this board need parental control.
- Attention! Elements on the board can be changed.
Sincerely employees FoxFamily.
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Our team FoxFamily creates educational toys - board. They are important for the development of motor skills, intelligence andimagination. This toy is suitable for children and toddlers. Furthermore, it would be best for the development of fine motor...