Play and Wear Think
This is a Hape that is born in Germany, which is highly rich in educational education. Hape toys are used in many kindergartens in Germany, because they can naturally be used in a variety of different forces according to the phase of growth. Because early play is important to develop talents and personalities. It draws the possibility of individual possessions and grows large and abundant.
A European harp toy loved by over 60 countries around the world.
HAPE is a global educational wooden toy manufacturer founded in 1986 and now sold in more than 60 countries.Hape toys have earned a reputation for their superior design and quality that was born to learn and grow through play.HAPE has its own factory all over the world, including Germany, Romania, Latvia, China, and our factories will improve quality control according to German manufacturing standards.
Wonderful wooden building blocks – 101 pieces.
Now you are stacking up – with the wonderful wooden blocks. This large set consists of 100 colourful pieces that provide unlimited building fun. Different shapes such as archways, towers and pillars invite little builders from 12 months to sort and stack the blocks. In addition to coloured wooden stones, there are also natural ones in the set. Very practical: The 100 building blocks can be quickly and easily stored in the corresponding storage box, which has a sorting lid.
Hape believes that the play instinct is present in every child’s DNA, all you have to do is call it out and gently steer it. Our toys are created to encourage play and learning and discover the world we live in. Through responsible action, we try to leave the world in better condition than we found it.
With toys made from different materials, we increase the play value and put the emotions in the forefront of play. Curiosity is awakened, imagination stimulated, experience is strengthened. This makes our vision of edutainment – play and learn at the same time – in the truest sense of the word. Our toys encourage:
– Imagination and creativity.
– Social competence.
– Discover your own self.
– Problem solving.
– Physical dexterity.
– Fine motor skills.