Yaffe takes Dan Jam ITNG line

Dan Jam?s In the Night Garden range of wooden toys are exclusively available through Martin Yaffe.
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The range presents Igglepiggle and Upsy Daisy to pre-schoolers in an educational and fun way.

The Day and Night Clock teaches pre-schoolers how to tell the time. The clock is mounted on to a wooden frame and has two sides, one representing the day time and the other, the night time. Both sides have moveable hands.

Tombliboo Stacking Blocks is a ten piece stacking block set featuring characters and phrases from In the Night Garden as well as numbers to help children with their spelling and counting. When stacked on top of each other the blocks reach a height of one metre; blocks nest one inside the other when playtime is over.

The chunky Learning Frame with a printed image of one of the Hahoos on each end, holds four rungs: two of coloured balls; one of shaped character pieces and one of shaped Pontipines.

Igglepiggle’s Boat has a poseable figure, red fleece sail based on Igglepiggle’s trademark red blanket and a wheeled bottom so children can push him along.

The Ninky Nonk Wooden Stacking Train features bright and colourful pieces, interchangeable carriages that can be connected in any order. The train can be pulled along with its 40cm chord with safety connector.

The Collapsible Figures line fall into funny poses when the button underneath them is pressed. There are three characters available: Igglepiggle, Upsy Daisy and Makka Pakka.

There are also a number of stackers available including the Upsy Daisy Magnetic Stacker, Tombliboo Stacker and Makka Pakka Stakka Stones.

All products are suitable for children age 3 + except the Learning Frame and Tombliboo Stacking Blocks which are suitable for children age 18mths +


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