Wooden Rainmaker Toy

$53.00 CAD $59.00

Description

This wooden rainmaker is the perfect toy to keep little hands and minds busy and has been designed to help with hand eye coordination. Turn the tower upside down and watch the colorful balls cascading down! This toy offers a fun way for little ones to explore the concept of gravity.

IMPORTANT: Wood is a natural material and variations are possible. Actual product color and texture might differ from pictures.

Details & Specifications

Dimensions: 10" x 5" x 5"

Materials: Plantation timber | Sustainably sourced | Naturally safe, non-toxic, child safe materials
Made in Hand crafted in Vietnam under fair trade practice | This product ships from Washington state, USA
Age Recommendation: Recommended for children 6mo+

What's in the box?

Features: wooden rainmaker

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Customer Reviews

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Vladik Chijevich
Great toy.

The kids love to play with this toy.

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V.R.
Great Multi-Purpose Toy

This piece gets a 5-star rating for a few reasons- it is a rain maker that when flipped allows the balls to fall through each chamber to make an interesting sound, can be used as a rattle to play music when shaking along side other instruments, a tummy time rolling toy to encourage movement. Not only does it have many uses, it's beautifully made with great quality, and we know it will last a long time in our family.

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Kiana Jimenez
A must have in playroom!

Love the noise it makes; my son who is 10 months loves shaking it and rolling it on the ground, he plays with it for a good amount of time.

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susan n. cureton
wooden rainmaker

After seeing this in person, I was not quite so enthusiastic about it but it is nice and does make noise. My grand daughter hasn't played with it yet, but I will be interested to see how long it will hold her attention. She is now 15 months.