Car Set of 7 Rainbow Painted Cars - Montessori Wooden Car Set - Waldorf Car
This chunky Car Set of 7 Rainbow Painted Carriages encourages creative play, develops fine motor skills, and fosters color perception. It is safe for little hands and made of non-toxic water-based paint, making it a wonderful gift for young children. Recommended for children one year and up, this set should be safely handled by parents. Each set comes with a gift note and an instruction sheet to help parents explain the benefits of this toy.
Wooden toys last longer and biodegrade faster
Most toys are made of plastic, wood, or metal. Although these materials are more convenient, they also pose certain health risks. Wooden toys are safer for children because they are made from natural substances like wood. Wood does not contain toxins, which can leach into the body over time. While plastic toys can be recycled and are recyclable, wooden toys must follow certain safety parameters. Wood is a biodegradable material, and they should be made of recycled material if possible.
Purchasing wooden toys is not only safer for children, but it is also better for the environment. Wooden toys last longer and biodegrade faster. While the price may seem higher, wooden toys are relatively inexpensive. They are more durable than plastic and may even be made of sustainable wood. Cheaper wooden toys may contain harmful glues and leach formaldehyde and other toxins into the environment. Low-quality wood can also have lead paint.
They foster independent play
For preschoolers, a great way to encourage independent play is by buying a set of Rainbow Painted Cars. This unique toy set has fun colors and shapes that your child will love to explore. They can play pretend, as a giant caterpillar or a car, and even create an elevator or rainbow to climb into. This creative play activity is perfect for toddlers, preschoolers, kindergarten and first grade students!
Another excellent way to encourage independent play is to include it in your daily routine. This type of play may be a bit foreign to your child at first, but soon, it will become part of their daily routine. As the child gets more comfortable with it, they'll naturally want to continue it. It won't take long for your child to become independent and start playing on their own. As a result, you'll see your child's self-respect skyrocket!