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Magnetic Assembled Plane

16,99 
This detachable plane has 6 wooden pieces that are attached with magnets. Nothing better to let your imagination fly and develop motor skills by assembling and disassembling this small model as many times as you want.  
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Seesaw – Balance Board

67,00 
Emmi Pikler defended that babies, to develop their full potential, only need space, freedom of movement and comfortable clothing. Pikler assumes that children are capable of taking the appropriate evolutionary steps at the moment they are ready, without the need to force them or try to speed them up. When this happens, babies learn to know themselves and their development is much more harmonious and adequate. Based on the Pikler pedagogy, we bring this seesaw, which offers many possibilities for play and motor development. If children get on top, you can practice balancing and rocking. If the seesaw is placed upside down, it can serve as a bridge to go under or to climb over. In addition, it presents many possibilities at the level of symbolic play. It can be a crib, a counter, a bridge, a castle, the doll's house, etc. Discover various ways of balancing yourself! This toy comes with a curved plywood board and rope that can help children learn to balance by standing, sitting, and rocking back and forth. Excellent for developing physical strength and body control.
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Sand tray 119cm

89,95 
Playing with water and sand, outdoors or on the sensory trays, is one of the most complete and fun games for children. By playing with these elements, children can develop their creativity, motor skills, sensory intelligence, social skills when interacting with other children, mathematical reasoning, etc. For children with special needs, manipulating and experimenting with water and sand is extremely important for their sensory and cognitive regulation. This litter tray is made of resistant FSC pine wood treated for the outdoors. It comes with 2 built-in benches, floor tarp and protective cover, and is extra deep.

Ideal for:

+18 months

Sensory integration Motor skills
 

TEA ADHD AD S.Down
 

Montessori
 

+18 months

Sensory integration Motor skills
 

TEA ADHD AD S.Down
 

Montessori
 

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Small litter tray

81,21 
Playing with water and sand, outdoors or on the sensory trays, is one of the most complete and fun games for children. By playing with these elements, children can develop their creativity, motor skills, sensory intelligence, social skills when interacting with other children, mathematical reasoning, etc. For children with special needs, manipulating and experimenting with water and sand is extremely important for their sensory and cognitive regulation.

Ideal for:

+18 months

Sensory integration Motor skills
 

TEA ADHD AD S.Down
 

Montessori
 

+18 months

Sensory integration Motor skills
 

TEA ADHD AD S.Down
 

Montessori
 

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Bag of sand

5,64 
Playing with water and sand, outdoors or on the sensory trays, is one of the most complete and fun games for children. By playing with these elements, children can develop their creativity, motor skills, sensory intelligence, social skills when interacting with other children, mathematical reasoning, etc. For children with special needs, manipulating and experimenting with water and sand is extremely important for their sensory and cognitive regulation.

Ideal for:

+18 months

Sensory integration Motor skills
 

TEA ADHD AD S.Down
 

Montessori
 

+18 months

Sensory integration Motor skills
 

TEA ADHD AD S.Down
 

Montessori
 

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Crawling snail

22,95 
We love this crawling snail !! Both balance and coordination develop when children practice walking and adventuring on their own while dragging the snail. Fine motor skills are improved with more hands-on entertainment. Additionally, children are cognitively stimulated as they practice language and communication skills while imaginatively engaging with the wooden toy. Pull-back toys are beneficial for children's independence and socialization, as these toys follow the little ones when they pull the rope, giving them the feeling of being in control. Handcrafted with sustainable rubber wood, non-toxic water-based dyes, and planet-friendly manufacturing practices.

Ideal for:

+18 months

Motor Communication Coordination
 

ADHD
Syndrome 
down
TORCH
 

Pikler
Aucouturier
Waldorf
 

+18 months

Motor Communication Coordination
 

ADHD
Down's Syndrome
TORCH
 

Pikler
Aucouturier
Waldorf
 

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Carrot Car

14,99 
Help the bunny to travel around the house in his funny carrot car! This wooden toy will help the motor stimulation of your little ones, thanks to its spring neck your character will adopt fun postures while meandering through the room. The ears and the stem of the carrot are made of felt, for a soft and pleasant touch in combination with the main body, made of wood.
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Crawling Bunnies

14,99 
Pull-back toys allow little ones to improve motor skills and coordination. These wooden bunnies want to go for a walk, lead them on a fun walk outside. The pieces are made of cherry and beech wood, with some flexible synthetic leather segments.

Ideal for:

+18 months

Motor Communication Coordination
 

ADHD
Syndrome 
down
TORCH
 

Pikler
Aucouturier
Waldorf
 

+18 months

Motor Communication Coordination
 

ADHD
Down's Syndrome
TORCH
 

Pikler
Aucouturier
Waldorf
 

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Set of colored silicone sensory circles

34,50 
This set consists of 10 textured circular discs made of ultra-soft flexible silicone: 5 large and 5 small. On the surface of each circle there is a pattern that is distinctive and different from the rest of the whole. Children can feel these textures and discover their differences: by placing the small circles in the provided felt bag they can see if they discover or guess the pattern they are feeling; or using their feet, they can walk on the large sensory circles to see if they can distinguish them. Bringing the small and large sensory circles together through touch is also a lot of fun, with or without a blindfold. Silicone has excellent properties that make it the ideal material for sensory circles: it is strong, safe to handle and ultra soft to the touch. On the floor, the circles will grip and not slide even on a shiny surface and after use they can be hand washed or put in a dishwasher on high heat to clean them thoroughly without damaging them. Includes activity guide. Supports the following areas of learning: • Personal development - sensory • Comprehension of the world: color • Communication and language: descriptive language • Personal development: collaborative play • Physical development: motor skills 2015 PPS Gold Award Winner (Toys and Games Category 3 -5) PPS Award reviewers said:"We loved them. The kids used the circles to create snail shell designs, simply and quickly. They were very easy to wash with warm soapy water at the end of the creative activity and dried overnight, ready to use the next morning with our bedside table. The bag provided for the smaller circles was a nice touch. Appealing to children, especially walking on them in bare feet! Totally non-slip, Which we loved! The use of language to describe them was encouraged. Also good as a set of felt bags. "
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Play to learn, Natalia Gullón

20,00 
Wawa's philosophy is to learn through play and art, because as Natalia Gullón says: "The game is part of learning, it makes it more fun, motivating and lasting." Natalia Gullón has a degree in pedagogy from the University of Oviedo, an expert in psychomotricity. Specialist in psychoeducational interventions and family counseling for students with specific educational support needs. Trainer of courses on play and learning and also a mother since 2017. We bring you her book "Play to learn" where you can find different proposals to work on motor skills, literacy, mathematics, sensory stimulation, and a final chapter with various activities to deal with colors, time, hygiene, etc. In addition, it comes with a list of the necessary materials, the areas that are worked on and a step-by-step explanation of how to make and apply them with the little ones at home. With "Play to Learn" Natalia proposes that game time be a means of learning for the little ones; using what they like best to learn concepts, develop their motor skills, encourage cooperation, encourage their creative spirit and help them enjoy while they learn. We can all learn by playing. It is a wonderful book that you cannot miss at home!!

Ideal for:

All ages

Motor skills 
Literacy.
Sensory est.
 

TEA TDA TA S.Down
 

Game theory
 

Ages

Motor skills 
Literacy.
Sensory est.
 

TEA TDA TA S.Down
 

Game theory
 

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Sensory foot marks

20,84 
Six pairs of footmarks in six colors with new textured surfaces. Made of soft non-slip plastic. It can be used as a resource for panels or night tables. Supports the following areas of learning: • Physical development: motor skills • Personal development: self-awareness • Personal development: collaborative play
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Waldorf pinwheel

2,00 
Cheerful and fun toy that helps to maintain attention and correct some bad habits such as excessive use of electronic devices. It encourages communication and promotes family relationships. By playing with this toy, children exercise the flexibility of the hand and the logic of thinking. It develops the creativity of the little ones to the maximum, it is an ideal relaxation toy.