Bad Rodach Skyline Wooden Building Block Set
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This set of Bad Rodach Skyline Wooden Blocks from HABA of Germany allows children to recreate an iconic village in Germany's Upper Franconia region or to construct the town of their dreams!
The 18-piece set includes uniquely shaped wooden blocks that can become buildings, roads, stairs and more.
Children as young as 18 months will develop fine motor skills and three-dimensional thinking with this unique collection of beautiful blocks. Designed for ages 18 months and up.
- SIZE : Cube block measures 1.6" x W 1.6" x H 1.6".
- MATERIALS : Made of Beech wood from sustainable forests, treated with water-based solvent-free stains.
- INCLUDES : 18 wooden blocks.
- CARE : Wipe with cloth dampened with water only, then wipe dry with a soft cloth. HABA uses water-based non-toxic stains with a protective non-toxic clear finish. HABA wooden toys may become damaged with scrubbing or with contact to cleansers of any kind.
- ORIGIN : Made in Germany.
Wood is a natural material and as such, has various unique markings. Variations in wood grain, color, knots, texture or dye transfer are all natural occurrences in these hand-stained wooden products. These unique variations and markings are proof of quality, not defects. Enjoy the markings that make your wooden toys unique!
Special shipping information about this product:
- Ships from our warehouse in New York within 2-3 business days. Estimated delivery times for your shipping address will be calculated at checkout.
- Free shipping on orders over $99 shipping within the contiguous 48 USA or to Armed Forces addresses. Order sub-total must be $99 or more after discounts or Play Points have been applied.
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