A stacking game inspired from a story that has fascinated many indians for centuries.
Recommended Age - 18 months to 3 years.
A game inspired from the popular mythological story from the Mahabharata about ace archer Arjuna, aiming at the eye of the wooden fish. A stacking toy, this game has been handcrafted from a medicinal plant, wrightia tinctoria. And the base of the game is made from a local safe wood called 'phool ki lakdi'. The colours used are natural and non-toxic. Hence this is a completely safe game. Stacking toys are one of the earliest educational toys recommended for children. They help kids develop motor skills which is an essential part of a child's growth. It is the foundation for being able to write, tie their shoes, buttons, etc. The colours used are natural dyes and non-toxic.
Each piece has been pain stakingly hand-crafted by artisans from Channapatna using the traditional lacquer ware turning technique. The colours used here to paint are not natural colours but are lead-free and non-toxic. The wood used for all channapatna lac-ware products is completely safe and is 100% eco-friendly. Any irregularities on the wood are part of its natural beauty.
What this activity does?
- Develops manipulative skills and hand-eye coordination
- Develops grasp
- Develops size/shape discrimination
- Teaches to stack
- Assists in colour learning
- Assists in development of pre-writing skills.
12cm (L) X 5cm (B) x 23cm (H), each fish - 8cm (L) x 5cm (H)
All lacware products must be kept in shaded areas and must avoid direct exposure to sun. Avoid blows against hard surfaces as the lac colour coating can chip. Please do not wash these with water.