The 10-piece rainbow is part of the Grimm´s world of numbers, where games fit perfectly together. Children can discover the more abstract world of numbers in many different ways by playing and by simply using their different senses.
They can make sense of what belongs together and thereby discover the world of numbers for themselves.
These are not traditional educational toys or materials that are precise and guide toward one correct answer.
None of the products have numbers or fractions on them since the main intention is to provide materials that stimulate free play in various ways. There are endless ways to discover the abstract world of numbers by using the different senses.
Materials: lime wood, non-toxic water based colour stain.
Size: length approx. 27,5 cm, height approx. 13,5 cm.
Grimm’s Large Rainbow is also recommended by “Spiel Gut” one of the most prestigious certifications for children’s toys in Germany. Grimm’s world famous large Tunnels and Rainbows are available in different colours.
For children of all ages
Grimm’s love wood because it is a natural material so it always has various markings that show up in our products, making each one unique. Grimm’s toys are always one of a kind, carrying unique marks made by nature. Wood grain has changing structures and colours which serve as proof of its natural origins. The unique variations are proof of quality, not defects.
Grimm’s Spiel & Holz Design from the Swabian Alp is one of the most outstanding German wooden toy manufacturers. As a family-owned company they develop, manufacture and sell wooden toys since 1978. Grimm’s intend to design toys, whose simple and reduced design together with beautiful colouring, and inviting surface feel are well suited for all ages - products that are played with over and over again.
Committed to the pedagogical guidelines of Montessori and Waldorf pedagogy, Grimm’s offer open-ended toys made of sustainable sourced wood for both children and adults. Their natural toys are not only well renowned in Europe and used extensively in many kindergartens and by speech and occupational therapists to improve and extend general didactics, fine motor skills and mathematical reasoning.