Wooden Puzzle Toy - Love and Hugs

QToys

$24.95

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This beautiful wooden puzzle is designed to symbolize unity and coming together as one and was inspired by the community response to the Australian Bushfires at the start of 2020.

For every sale of Love & Hugs Puzzle QToys will be donating $5 to the WIRES Wildlife Rescue.

Features

  • Solid wooden puzzle
  • Made from plantation timber using non-toxic, child safe materials
  • Measures 1 x 15 x 15cm
  • Playing with puzzles helps develop fine motor skills, hand and eye coordination and cognitive skills
  • Contrasting natural colours
  • Recommended for children over 3

This puzzle is a beautiful solid wooden puzzle that will be loved for many years and makes a great gift. 

Why we love the Q Toys brand

Q Toys is a brand founded in play based learning. Founded by Dr. Quan Nguyen and Cathy Dang, M.Ed. who wanted to create open ended play based toys. "A child with imagination is as free a spirit as is a seagull. Children’s imagination is powerful. Like the wings of a seagull, imagination can bring the child to seashores beyond your imagination! But as a parent, you should not worry. Children learn through imagination. Nurturing your child’s imagination helps your child to learn. Learning is like the sun rays shining on your child’s world and brightening their future. Q Toys aims to help you nurture your child’s imagination."

Q Toys are crafted by highly skilled craftsmen. Q Toys do not employ and exploit unskilled labor in production lines in poorly equipped factories as sometimes reported in the plastic toy industry. Q Toys ensure highly skilled workers get a fair deal. Q Toys also train disabled children in Mekong Delta in Vietnam who want to become craftsmen or craftswomen for life.

Q Toys also actively works to reduce global warming, primarily by working with plantation timber, including rubber and acacia trees with the belief that choosing wooden eco toys we are saving natural forests and encouraging the planting of more trees.