The animals’ cakewalk (wood) - In partnership with WWF®

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Make some space! Our funny little animals are about to bring joy to your home! The panda, the penguin and the tiger are just waiting to go for a walk with your little one and help them discover the big, wide world! This wooden toy is actually 2 toys in 1: Its beautiful natural wood carriages and bright colours will help babies develop their motor skills as they tug them along on the string. Once they get to their destination, they can have fun stacking and building the 18 pieces of this very special cargo. To help children work out what they need to do, each animal is associated with an illustration showing its habitat. This game is ideal for developing fine motor skills and helping children aged 12 months and over to learn about colours. This early-years toy is made of FSC®-certified wood from sustainably managed forests.

  • Little train to encourage baby to move
  • 100% eco-responsible with WWF®
  • Accessible from 2 years old
  • Discover & Experiement
  • Walk, Run, & Move
  • Waterpainting
  • WWF® partnership
  • FSC®-certified toy

Did you know? For almost 50 years, WWF® has been using conservation techniques to protect about fifty of the world’s most endangered animal species. Toy developed in collaboration with WWF®. Janod is supporting WWF®™’s efforts to protect the environment and biodiversity with a new range of toys made from more sustainable materials. We hope this range will inspire the next generation and encourage them to stand up for wildlife and the natural world in the future.

Dimensions 41,3 x 9,3 x 10,3 cm (16.2 x 3.6 x 4")
Material(s) Wood
Box type Lovely box
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