Wooden play box - small 30x40cm


Creativity & imagination

The Grennn wooden play box is made of beech wood and has numerous play options. Use the play box for sensory play. Sensory play stimulates children's senses, such as feeling, smelling, seeing, hearing and tasting. The purpose of sensory play is to encourage exploration and curiosity and promote fine motor and brain development. 

Fill the container with kinetic sand, play rice, clay or chickpeas and let your imagination run wild. Children love working with their hands in this and it is also stimulating. Toy figures or "loose parts" can also be added to create your own world.

The 'free play box' is also very suitable for small objects such as marbles, beads and loose wooden figures. The box ensures that the toys do not fall or roll away and at the same time provides a framework and demarcation for the game.

  • Wooden play box. Wooden closing lid can be ordered separately.
  • Made of FSC certified BIO plywood with hardwood top layer.
  • Dimensions: 30cm x 40cm x 7cm
  • Age: 2+ years

Each play box is handmade from natural and sustainable FSC-certified BIO plywood and finished with Hardwax oil with child safe quality mark (EN 71.3).
The play areas have unique wood grains and spots that are naturally present in the wood. This shows the true beauty and character of the natural wood.
Not suitable for water.
The color of the wood may differ slightly from the image shown.
Only allow children to play with the play area under supervision.

Prepare the play area.

  • Choose a theme, such as dinosaurs, underwater world, unicorns or a season / ritual such as Sinterklaas, Christmas.
  • Fill the play box with a base such as play rice in a suitable color, kinetic sand or clay.
  • Add scoops, sieves, containers and wooden play tweezers.
  • Complete the box with play figures that match the theme. They may also be abstract figures. For example, a block can also function as a hay bale. Children have the space to give meaning to it and create their own world.
    You can also let your child do this last step himself.

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