The Haba game trainer at kindermaXX is made of wood and makes little explorers happy with its little rattling frog. Other hanging elements can also be attached to the height-adjustable discoverer bar to provide variety. The wooden panes on the sides also create great acoustic effects.
- easy screw mechanism allows height adjustment in a matter of seconds
- to place above play blankets
- wooden disks provide for fantastic acoustic effects
- includes detachable rattling dangling figure and space for further hanging elements
Click-clack. The little explorers strain their ears with delight when the cheerfully colored wooden disks on the sides happily bang together when being pushed to and fro. Above, the charming little frog hangs on the discovery bar and adores being looked at with curiosity. And when the little ones are not lying on their favorite play blanket, but are sitting in their infant seat the discovery fun still continues. A very simple screw mechanism allows for an adjustment in height in a matter of seconds! And there is space to add even more hanging elements.
- Motif: without
- Warnings: Warning. To be used under the direct supervision of an adult.
- Removable elements: Yes
- Height: 55 cm
- Width: 45 cm
- Length: 6.5 cm
- Age from: 0 years
- Material: Beech, Birch
|Age:||0 - 6 Months, 6 - 12 Months|
Haba’s philosophy is based on a simple principle: children are the most important thing we have. That is why Haba produces toys so that your children become creative and imaginative people. Haba toys have been convincing customers for generations with their particularly high play value. Haba at kindermaXX manufactures all toys in Germany. Even the trees from which the wood is used for the toys come from Germany. Let Haba change the world by giving children the freedom and the time to develop their personality with useful toys and beautiful things. Haba is inspired by nature and people, and in the end special products are created that stimulate children’s curiosity and playfulness. Haba at kindermaXX lights up children’s eyes. “If we want to change the world, we have to start with the children.”