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Nesting Boxes

This set of nesting boxes looks like a simple material, but physical aids like this will challenge and engage toodlers a lot. A material that will surely appeal to Montessori-inspired parents and educators, or just anyone wishing to help develop children’s cognitive and problem solving skills.
Can be used in a a variety of ways. Stack the blue block into the turquoise box, inside the natural box; stack the pieces on top of each other and play hunt the block with your tot- which box is it hiding under?


3 boxes


Plan Toys


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Blocks & Construction

When toddlers start to stack objects, you’ll see them assessing “problems” and experimenting with solutions. They’re practicing problem solving skills and contributing to their cognitive development by stretching their brain. Activities like these make valuable educational games because they take more concentration than many of the other activities your child has been pursuing up until this point.
The toy encourages manual dexterity and hand-eye coordination for early independence. It has been clinically proven that mastery of hand-eye coordination, problem-solving, and construction play will challenge children and develop spatial awareness for later in life.

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Learning & Education

The set serves to develop very specific skills through meaningful, hands-on experiences; and encourages self-directed approach to learning along a more natural developmental trajectory.
Through the repetitive movement of placing the boxes on top of each other or inside the other with room for creativity, tots can find inner self-confidence that they will apply in many different settings for the rest of their lives.

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Discover & Experiment

Brightly colored two-tone cylinders mixed with natural wood will stimulate the discovery of nesting- Sorting and stacking.
This wooden block toy is handy for teaching tots about spatial awareness, how things work, object/size relationships, and developing fine motor skills as they move the block and boxes around.



At 16-18 months your toddler can successfully stack three blocks without them toppling over.

This product is a toy. Check the toy each time before use. Dispose of it at the first sign of any damage or fragility- inform YaYa's costumer service. Adult supervision recommended. Keep away from fire. Colours and contents may vary.
For more information visit Plan Toys product page.

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