This large wooden rainbow bridge by Grimm’s looks amazing on a shelf but is also a really nice open play toy. It can be used conventionally as a stacking toy, or when not nested, kids can use the pieces together or individually, using the colourful arches as bridges, tunnels, seesaws, fences, houses, doll cradles, caves and any number of unique creations – the possibilities are boundless! The images here are just some of the imaginative ways we see it being used. Our personal favourite… the human cocoon!
This is one of those amazing keepsake gifts that would look great in their university flat or college dorm. A gift forever, really.
Stacking, nesting and building stimulates reasoning skills, essential problem solving activities for children. Children will learn about colours, refine hand-eye coordination and motor skills, as well as expand their creative abilities, while being immersed in critical thinking and deep play.