East Coast Wooden Activity Cube
What do you buy the 1 year old that will keep him/her interested and entertained for more than just a few minutes? Try the wooden cube. It features different activities to keep little hands (and not so little - as you may want to give it a go, as I did) occupied. The obligatory noise factor is fulfilled by a colourful xylophone. Brightly coloured. Plenty of opportunity to develop dexterity, drawing skills, language and above all – have lots of fun!
13 December 2012
Good activity product
Bought this for my Grandson aged 18m ,for Christmas ,very well made.
Lot's to do in one product. Very happy with my purchase.
05 December 2012
Lovely colourful cube I bought for my baby daughter. It has encourged her to get on her feet and she likes moving the birds and flowers on the top. I'm sure the cube will last her for years to come.
11 June 2012
Lots of entertainment!
My little 12 month old girl loves this - happily plays with it most mornings while we get ready for work.
Her 3 year old sister is pretty pleased with it too!!
11 April 2012
excellent quality and play value
Really beautiful.excellent quality a truly traditional toy. Brightly coloured so really appeals to children.
The different faces offer varied educational fun while the top suface has a suberb toy to encourage good hand to eye coordination but also encourage imaginative play.
one of the best value traditional toys on the market
16 January 2012
My granddaughter was delighted!
I'd bought this for my one-year-old granddaughter, who took to it immediately. She soon got the hang of how it worked, though her parents did (quite rightly) take away the xylophone stick until she's a little steadier on her feet and also less likely to put it in her mouth.
I love the way it all packs so neatly into itself and is so colourful. It's extremely well made and sturdy - necessary with a one-year-old!
23 November 2011
I bought this as a present for my grandson on his first birthday. As soon as it was opened he rejected all other presents in favour of studying and playing with this. Each side of the cube was examined minutely. The only downside was the wooden hammer for the xylophone. Like most one year olds, my grandson has a tendency to put smaller items in his mouth which he did with this. The length of the handle on the hammer gave us some concern as we felt that, if he fell forward with it in his mouth, it could do some damage so we have removed it. A shorter handle on the hammer would be good to ensure this couldn't happen. Overall though a great success.
09 November 2011