While playing with this Mendelson toy a child’s imagination is captured and its gross motor skills and eye-hand coordination developed and improved.
Delivery within 2-4 business days
30 days for return
Who is the strongest in the world?
It's an Athlete! He can lift the heaviest and largest objects. And who built such a complex structure that our strongman bravely lifts above him? To build it, you need someone who can think logically. This is a kind of skill game where you have to create a structure of 60 sticks. Playing with an athlete develops logical thinking, supports fine motor skills and eye-hand coordination.
This toy has unpainted elements, because the Bajo company makes sure that every toy has a wooden element without any coat of paint in order for children to get to know, see and feel the structure of wood.
- Age group
- Beech wood
- Amount of elements
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This toy helps a child develop manual skills, hand-eye coordination and teaches it diligence and patience.
While playing with this toy a child can engage in role-play, which contributes to its healthy development and helps practice the ability to translate thoughts into words and to solve problems.