Grimm’s counting stack game toy
The brightly coloured Grimm’s counting stack game from the 2021 collection and part of the world of numbers range is a handmade sustainable wooden learning toy with a timeless appeal. Perfect for learning and discovering maths through play, the stack game contains ten wooden rods and various wooden stacking pieces that all reach the same height representing the number 10. Each colour block represents a different number which is defined by its height so the blocks can be added to the rods in variably to reach the number 10.
This beautiful Waldorf maths toy is perfect for learning about the fundamentals of mathematics and develops skills such as counting, adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing and lays the basic of fractions.
The counting stack game is made from lime wood. The blocks are between 1cm and 10cm in length and are painted in beautiful bright tones with non-toxic water based colour stain making it safe for use by children. It measures approximately 26 x 13cm and offers endless possibilities for learning and creative play.
Ideal for playing with at home, nursery, Waldorf or Steiner school, the beautiful natural wooden Grimm’s toys are crafted according to the Waldorf philosophy which is well-known to encourage children to discover creative play independently, without limitations at an unhurried pace. The wooden Grimm’s toys are coloured by hand with non-toxic water-based paints and are not finished with lacquer to ensure the original characteristics of the wood and the grain shows through. The surface of the FSC certified European wood pieces are left slightly rough making them fully stackable and less slippery.
Grimm’s wooden toys are made at the Grimm’s facilities in Germany as well as at several workshops across Europe from various types of wood such as alder, lime, beech and maple. All wood used to craft the Grimm’s toys are sourced from sustainably managed European forests.
Please note Grimm’s toys are always one of a kind, carrying unique marks made by nature. Wood grain has changing structures and colours which serve as proof of its natural origins. The unique variations, markings, knots, patterns, black stripes or dark spots that may be visible in the wood of a Grimm’s toy are proof of quality, not defects.
The Grimm’s counting stack game is suitable for children aged 3 years and up.
1 wooden base with 10 rods
33 wooden blocks