At 12 months, as children’s motor skills keep developing, little ones will enjoy the challenge of matching the egg colours top and bottom, and placing each egg onto the end of its spoon. They can match spoon with egg by colour, and by sorting the different shapes that fit into the spoons: hidden under each egg is a star, a cross, a square and a heart.
As toddlers graduate through their ages and stages, older ones can join with their friends or siblings for an egg-and-spoon race. Thanks to their sturdy construction and snug-fitting parts, they’re perfect for building confidence in balancing skills: there may be broken eggs but there’ll be no mess to mop up! The set comes in a gift-style pack with a cord handle. No batteries required.
100% of the profits from the sale of this item go to the registered charity Neuroblastoma Australiato help fund leading research projects to develop new, effective and kinder treatments for children with neuroblastoma cancer.
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