Let’s help the beaver at the dam! Use the stick to push out a log without making the beaver fall. Helps kids learn taking turns! The person who can save the beaver’s life wins. This game helps children develop hand-eyes coordination and strategic skills. Ideal for one to four players.
For What Age
Suitable for ages 3 years and up.
Made from sustainable rubber wood and coated with a non-toxic finish, all colors are made from water based vegetable dye
PlanToys mainly focuses on safety wooden toys made of reclaimed rubber woods that enhance development for children, especially during their first five formative years when parents should encourage children to experience the freedom of playing and the proximity to nature.
Back in 1981, seven university graduates have been holding a mission to infuse the world with positive vibes. Vitool Viraponsavan, one of the main driving force established PlanToys, has been inspiring children and families over the world with steadfast determination to sustain environment and economy to the fullest through innovative toys. At present, PlanToys has branched out the philosophy with our partners in Asia, America, Europe and Australia.
With a strong mission to create a sustainable world, PlanToys thoroughly concerns about every single step of production line as well as other activities as we are wholeheartedly committed to minimizing environmental impacts.
In addition, Sustainable Play is a fundamental foundation of how PlanToys nurtures creative minds bringing children to understand what nature gives back to them. We have seen the results of our efforts for four decades and know that our children will grow up with the knowledge and values to respect and preserve natural resources for future generations and make the world a better place.
The story of PlanToys is described in the three pillars of how we do our business, “Sustainable Way”. This includes Sustainable Material, Sustainable Manufacturing and Sustainable Mind.
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