Wooden Tumbling Koala – Developed in collaboration with WWF®

23,50 

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F&S Note

Our koala sleeps an awful lot, and sometimes he falls down while sleeping! Then we absolutely must put him back together again. – FREDERICK & SOPHIE

Details

Oh, no, this roly-poly koala fell down and needs some help being put together again! Little explorers will enjoy stacking the 5 wooden pieces while the koala’s base wobbles. And once completed, they can give him a little push to watch him do a wobbly dance! The koala’s notched ears and purple base make it a whimsical decorative item in its own right. This toy was developed in collaboration with WWF® (please see APROPOS).

WWF® Fact: Did you know? Koalas spend more time sleeping than any other animal on earth. They spend anything from 18 to 20 hours a day in the land of nod!

Recommended for kids ages 1 year old and up.

Dimensions: 8,5 cm x 8,5 cm x 13 cm

Material: FSC®-certified wood (from sustainably managed forests)

Water-based paint

All Janod toys carry the CE mark and conform to the strict European quality standards and regulations. Janod uses FSC-certified wood: wood from responsibly-managed forests that preserve biodiversity, ecology and renewable resources.

Apropos

Specializing in the creation of traditional toys and games from wood and cardboard since 1970, French brand Janod, has stood the test of time by adapting to the needs of children discovering its toys for the first time, and the memories of their parents who have grown up with them. Based in the Jura region of France, Janod’s creative team constantly reinvents great toy classics in order to create wonderful products that stimulate imagination, are both fun and contemporary, and are made from high-quality and durable materials suitable for children. This toy was developed in collaboration with WWF®. Janod supports WWF®™’s efforts to protect the environment and biodiversity with a new range of toys made from more sustainable materials, inspiring next generations to stand up for wildlife and the future of the natural world.

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F&S Note

Our koala sleeps an awful lot, and sometimes he falls down while sleeping! Then we absolutely must put him back together again. – FREDERICK & SOPHIE

Details

Oh, no, this roly-poly koala fell down and needs some help being put together again! Little explorers will enjoy stacking the 5 wooden pieces while the koala’s base wobbles. And once completed, they can give him a little push to watch him do a wobbly dance! The koala’s notched ears and purple base make it a whimsical decorative item in its own right. This toy was developed in collaboration with WWF® (please see APROPOS).

WWF® Fact: Did you know? Koalas spend more time sleeping than any other animal on earth. They spend anything from 18 to 20 hours a day in the land of nod!

Recommended for kids ages 1 year old and up.

Dimensions: 8,5 cm x 8,5 cm x 13 cm

Material: FSC®-certified wood (from sustainably managed forests)

Water-based paint

All Janod toys carry the CE mark and conform to the strict European quality standards and regulations. Janod uses FSC-certified wood: wood from responsibly-managed forests that preserve biodiversity, ecology and renewable resources.

Apropos

Specializing in the creation of traditional toys and games from wood and cardboard since 1970, French brand Janod, has stood the test of time by adapting to the needs of children discovering its toys for the first time, and the memories of their parents who have grown up with them. Based in the Jura region of France, Janod’s creative team constantly reinvents great toy classics in order to create wonderful products that stimulate imagination, are both fun and contemporary, and are made from high-quality and durable materials suitable for children. This toy was developed in collaboration with WWF®. Janod supports WWF®™’s efforts to protect the environment and biodiversity with a new range of toys made from more sustainable materials, inspiring next generations to stand up for wildlife and the future of the natural world.