Artbot constructor "African elephant"
Artbot - unique paper toys that develop artistic and engineering thinking and engage both hemispheres of the brain. You will construct the toys by bending the parts, connecting them together with screws and nuts. This process positively affects children's creativity, develops concentration and fine motor skills.
The Artbot series "Endangered animals" includes: monk seals, white bearded whales and green sea turtles, which are endangered due to marine pollution; African elephants, African black rhinos and African giraffes are endangered due to poaching.
The Endangered Animals series is special in that the creators of these toys encourage attention to the importance of ecology and environmental protection. One Artbot toy replaces up to 265 grams of plastic toys.
Endangered animals were drawn by a designer with autism spectrum disorder, and some were sold
proceeds from work are allocated to vulnerable children.
Manufacturer's recommended age: 5+
Materials: Eco-friendly paper, a non-fluorescent product made from 100% natural cellulose, used for cosmetic, pharmaceutical and food packaging.
Benefits: brain development, creativity, problem solving, concentration, observation,
thinking, communication, fine motor skills
The set includes: 13 screws, 13 nuts, 3 sheets of paper, user manual
Animal size: 7x21x13
Made in: South Korea