Hape Rainbow Bead Abacus

£15.99

Hape

High quality wooden frame abacus with 10 rows of 10 brightly coloured beads. Helps to develop numeracy, colour recognition and co-ordination.

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Hape Rainbow Bead Abacus

Hape Rainbow Bead Abacus is from Hape’s ‘Early Explorer’ range of toys for toddlers and young children. A high quality wooden frame abacus with 10 rows of 10 brightly coloured beads. A well designed traditional toy that helps to develop numeracy, colour recognition and coordination. A great way to introduce your child to numbers and counting.

  • Helps children learn numbers and counting skills
  • Crafted from quality hardwood
  • Size(Approx.): 32cm x 25.5cm x 10cm
  • Recommended Age:3 +

About Hape

Hape® (pronounced “hah-pay”) takes the first two letters of its founder Peter Handstein’s name. It also sounds similar to “Happy”. This reflects the brand’s desire to create happiness for children around the world. Hape® has become a world-leading brand in the design and manufacture of high-quality baby and children’s toys. Toys made from sustainable materials. Hape’s range features over 20 categories. Covering STEAM toys, learning toys, instrument toys, role play toys and outdoor toys as well as many others. Providing a kaleidoscope of choices for free play and learning.

Today, Hape toys are available in over 100 countries and regions worldwide. Hape has won numerous awards from prestigious independent toy associations not only for toy design but also for quality and safety. Hape believes the future starts with and belongs to children and that toys’ influence on children’s growth is thorough and lifelong.

LeVida Toys – Proud to be a UK Hape Stockist.

 

Additional information

Weight 890 g
Dimensions 32 × 25.5 × 10 cm

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