Driving, flying, swimming - wooden tracks and vehicles

Movement fascinates even the very youngest. This applies not only to discovering one's own motor skills, but also to movements in the environment. Babies observe activities around them carefully from just a few months. Vehicles are of great interest to girls and boys alike: cars and trains, planes in the air or ships on the water.

Playing with wooden tracks and vehicles promotes children's thinking skills and motor skills. From around the 15th month onwards, children increasingly experiment with objects and explore how things work. Vehicles offer a lot of exciting things to discover - how do the wheels turn? How do vehicles move? How does a boat swim? Our pull-along toys also take advantage of this urge to research. That Natureich Dog pull-along toy made of wood accompanies the first steps with cushioned tires and motivates to run independently.

Imitation and role play - just like the big ones

From kindergarten age, constructive play and role play come to the fore. These are becoming increasingly differentiated and enriched with construction games with building elements. With vehicles of all kinds, children can playfully experience the world around them: the wooden train drives into the station, connects new wagons and picks up loads. The racing car is used to test how fast the toy can move, and with the bus and truck, the child recreates road traffic situations in the game. That Natureich railway game set made of wood it appeals to all of the senses, because building blocks in different colors and shapes stimulate children's creativity. The conversion to a fire brigade, tractor or garbage truck trains fine motor skills and logical thinking.

At around 5 years of age, other children are increasingly included. The brings common gaming experiences Natureich London bus with movable rows of seats, many passengers and a wide variety of uses. In a great red, sturdy design and with rounded edges, it also delights smaller children from the age of three and grows with them, up to the situational replay in preschool age.




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