Grapat - Mandala Trees

Grapat - Mandala Trees

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  • 36 mandala trees in shades of green
  • carry, transport, stack, classify
  • definitive open-ended play

Grapat mandala trees is a collection of 36 loose-part wooden trees in shades of green. With these simple trees your child can do so many things: sorting and carrying, stacking and counting. Use them as forests or suburban street trees in your small-world settings and dioramas, or as props in imaginative and role-play games. In soft, natural colour inspired by nature.

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the more loose parts, the merrier

another great addition to a grapat collection. perfect as math counters, flower petals in a flat lay or the yellow band in a loose part rainbow.

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cannot get enough of grapat

these green cones are so upon ended! use them as trees, a fence, grass, or pretend vegetables -- the possibilities are endless!

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another must have

love these little stones and the fact they have three colors in the set. they're perfect for river sensory play. I love using them as steping stones for our flower fairies when I set up woodland scenes for my children to play with.

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dreamy shades of purple

these little eggs are the perfect addition to any grapat collection! I love the shades of purple. We love using them in open ended play and when creating art with loose parts.

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love these

I love how versatile these little orange cones are. we’ve used them as ice cream cones, autumn trees, and carrots in our sensory bins.