Get your hard hats and tool belts at the ready, it’s time to get handy!
A wooden hammer bench with place for the hammer and with four natural coloured pegs. Colour coordinated to our Aiden collection. The hammer bench trains hand-eye coordi- nation, fine motor skills and problem solving skills. When done, then simply turn the bench over to hammer again. Over and over again. A classic toy for the little ones.
Aiden – do the city life.
Take the bus home after work, and take the elevator up to the pool for a refreshing dip. A few backflips into the cooling water. The heat up on the roof is intense. Roll down the sun shade and chill out in the shade. Then take the elevator down to the kitchen and cook up a tasty dinner on the induction hob. Oh no! Look at all the rubbish left after dinner! What do we do with it all? Quickly build a road to the house so that the waiting rubbish truck can take care of all the rubbish. The rubbish truck lifts the bins and quickly sorts the metal, glass, paper, and green waste. A roaring start, and then it’s gone. Take the elevator back up and snooze on the sofa. An ordinary day in Aiden city.
Rec. age months +12
Length in cm 19
Width in cm 10
Height in cm 12
Number of parts (mounted) 6
Net Weight (g) 595
Material Rubber wood/Polyethylene/Polyethylene
Clean with a damp cloth. Wipe dry with clean cloth.
The product is intended for children over 12 months. Remove the wrapping and packaging before giving the product to a child. Retain the information and the address for future reference.
THE PRODUCT COMPLIES WITH THE EU’S CURRENT SAFETY AND FOLLOWS THE TOY STANDARD EN 71
Mr Mole's Marvellous Ideas
Mr Mole is very handy with a hammer and getting to play with his hammer bench gives him all sorts of ideas that he can take into his other construction playtimes! Today he is building a bridge for his toy cars to drive under, it’s very important that he can knock his pegs into accurately to keep his bridge strong.
Larry's Learning Outcomes
Having toys that can be used in conjunction with others can encourage children to develop problem solving skills and help with organising and planning. Larry also sees all of the opportunities that are available to broaden imaginations and vocabulary when conversations naturally occur that are based around geography and the environment.
Children will be involved in so many layers of real world activity that they will be able to gain life experience in a safe place before transferring their skills in to the big wide world!
Combining hand eye coordination with a chance to develop fine and gross motor skills means that children will naturally build on their physical milestones whilst having so much fun!