Brand : Grimm's Spiel and Holz Design

Grimm’s Giant Marbles Wooden Balls in a Rainbow of Colors

This beautifully handcrafted set of wooden balls (or Ògiant marblesÓ) is sure to become of favorite in your toddler or young childÕs toy box. Comes in a rainbow of colors and are packaged in a cardboard egg carton for handy storage when itÕs time to tidy up.

You may be surprised at the endless number of ways your child will play with this delightfully simple toy: use them to fill boxes, baskets or bowls, roll them on different surfaces, make them part of stacked creations built with wooden blocks, practice counting or sorting, use them like giant marbles for all kinds of games, as experimental weights on a balance/scale toyÉ the list goes on!

Each solid wood ball is 4.5 cm in diameter (about 1.8 inches). Sanded smooth by hand, then colored with certified safe nontoxic, water-based stains. Parents can rest easy, as no worrisome paint or lacquer is used. Grimm’s does not use lacquer or paint for safety and in order to preserve the natural feel of the wood, which is in line with their aim to design toys according to principles of Waldorf and Montessori education.

This set of balls make a wonderful accessory for play with GrimmÕs Large Rainbow Stacker (10700), Set of 5 Small Stacking/Nesting Bowls (available in a variety of colors), or GrimmÕs Large Set of Stacking & Nesting Boxes (10370). About Grimm’s
Nestled in a small town in Germany, Grimm’s Spiel and Holz Design has been manufacturing high quality, imaginative wooden toys since 1978.ÊInspired by principles of Waldorf education, these beautiful and unique playthings are designed to encourage open-ended and independent play. Grimm’s inspires creativity for all ages, offering rattles & teethers, dolls, push/pull toys, stacking towers, as well as amazing range of puzzles (small and large, simple to complex), and very large, heirloom-quality building block sets which make wonderful inter-generational activities, and will be enjoyed for children & adults for many years to come.


Comments are closed.