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Wooden Baby Posting Pots 4pk


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These beautiful wooden posting pots will allow babies to experiment and explore the world around them.
£54.95 ex VAT £ 65.94 inc VAT


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Made from smooth rubberwood, these robust posting pots have been aligned to a baby's developmental needs, as practicing and repetition while emptying and filling the pots can help babies to make strong connections.

Set of four pots, each with three chunky shaped posting pieces. Pots and pieces made from smooth rubberwood with no sharp edges.

Size of pots: 10cm³. Size of posting pieces: L4 x H2.5cm (approx.)

Suitable from birth

"Babies need opportunities to explore experiment and investigate. By providing open ended resources you can initiate play of this nature. Encouraging curiosity from a young age builds on the foundations of effective learning. We use these resources in our baby room to compliment the heuristic area where babies can refine their skills."

Emma is an award winning Nursery Manager of the Year, a trainer and a huge inspiration for colleagues and parents. She balances all the necessary requirements whilst creating beautiful, nurturing environments. Busy Bees/Busy Bears, County Durham.

Nursery World Award 2012 - Shortlisted

Early Years and Staff Equipment - Under Threes

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Customer Reviews

  • 5/5 stars
    09 Mar 2016

    great early maths and fine motor skill toy

  • 5/5 stars
    20 Nov 2015

  • 4/5 stars
    18 Oct 2015

  • 5/5 stars
    29 Jul 2015

    Good Quality and the babies love them

  • 4/5 stars
    10 Mar 2015

    "Beautifully made. Lots of scope for counting, shape matching etc but I have witnessed a child put her hand in the circular hole of one of the blocks and get it stuck (albeit momentarily) and start to panic. This same child also worked out that she could just as easily put the shapes in through the side drawers, however they do seem to be a hit with the children"

  • 4/5 stars
    28 Jan 2015

  • 4/5 stars
    26 Nov 2014

  • 5/5 stars
    05 Nov 2014

  • 5/5 stars
    17 Sep 2014

  • 4/5 stars
    20 Jun 2014

    "Love concept, the sliding door makes it difficult for young children get out pieces that have overturned"

  • 5/5 stars
    16 Jun 2014

    Just as required - they're lovely!

  • 5/5 stars
    13 Mar 2014