Explore Nook Mini bamboo Roll
Explore Nook Mini bamboo Roll
Explore Nook Mini bamboo Roll
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Explore Nook Mini bamboo Roll

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This Mini Bamboo Roll is perfect for children investigating rolling small objects. Using natural clay or pebbles to build up the ramps is the perfect way for engineering unique designed mini ball runs.

It comes with three natural mini bamboo rolling rings as a starter, though there is no limit to what children can investigate rolling, including gum-nuts, macadamia nuts, marbles, pebbles or even their own clay moulded balls! The Mini Bamboo Roll set can be added to loose parts or combined with blocks for further building extensions. This set is perfect for fine motor and sensory play.

As children build bamboo ramps and investigate rolling a variety of objects they gain deeper understanding of foundational maths and science concepts (STEM). There are so many opportunities for children to practice problem solving, engage in open-ended play and investigate rolling a variety of objects. This natural learning resource is made from natural bamboo and every piece is unique.

Mini Bamboo Roll Set includes:

  • 4 x natural mini bamboo ramp channels (diameter varies from 4-4.5cm and lengths from 15-19.5cm)
  • 3 x natural ini bamboo rolling rings (diameter 2.5-2.8cm)

Marbles and other accessories not included.

Note: Bamboo pieces in sets may have stress marks or natural cracks. These cracks are to be expected when using a natural resource such as bamboo and will not affect how resource is played with. All pieces have varying shape based on how it naturally grew and therefore many pieces are not perfectly round. Each piece has a character of its own and each set is in someway unique, with varying shades of colour and shape.

Designed by an Australian Early Childhood Teacher and crafted in Vietnam.

Recommended for children 3 years and above.

Photos by: @HippppieAtHeart and @chaos_with_a_k on Instagram