Get started with this real life tool bench.
If you have a budding carpenter or crafts person in your life, then this is the ideal creative play environment that will give them that head start. The design is simply beautiful! The wooden tools are all safe to use from 3+, but it is the range and scale of them that will really make the difference and bring the play world to life.
There are 18 pieces included in the set, including a saw, hammer, drill, circular saw, measuring table and clamp. Just like a grown up work area, the pieces slot into their own spaces and can be used to get on with your own project. The bench has a really sturdy construction and a tray at the bottom to keep all the projects in one place. There is a separate small tool box that can removed so that your little one can get on with projects in other parts of the house!
There are so many different ways that you can combine the pieces and there are great textures to explore as well.
A great way to create a focal point in your play area with a quality that matches the play value they will get from the piece.
Presented in an illustrated colour box.
Suitable for 3 years +
Product dimensions: 51 x 36.5 x 71 cms
Mr Mole's Marvellous Ideas
Mr Mole just loves to make and fix things. One of his favourite roles to play is that of the inventor! Coming up with wild and wacky designs is just the beginning! Mr Mole can use his tools and tool bench to bring his creations to life.
On the days that he’s running out of ideas for his own inventions he can still be creative by using his workbench to fix some of his old and broken toys that he doesn’t play with anymore.
Larry's Learning Outcomes
Larry is so excited that children can have the opportunity to build their self confidence by using their own safe tool bench! Little ones will benefit from the development of the motor skills that comes with tackling the tools and engaging in a physical activity.
Language skills will also be boosted as children learn the names for the different tools that they use and find out how to use them, opportunities to engage in questioning helps develop general language skills as well as a broader vocabulary.