Tegu Blocks are built to foster curiosity. The mystery of magnets offers an experience that starts with marvel and joy. The very first "click-clack" of two blocks coming together sparks an instant magical discovery. Simple magnets and blocks become so much more, and Boundless Play is off and running.
The Pocket Pouch Prism is the perfect introduction to the world of Tegu magnetic wooden blocks. It's the perfect toy for the purse, restaurant, airplane, or desk.
- 6 Magnetic Wooden Blocks, fully compatible with all other Tegu Magnetic Wooden Blocks
- Size: with blocks connected, total dimensions are 4.875 x 3.75 x 2 in. Total weight is 0.375 lbs.
- Brilliantly simple and premium heirloom-quality toy that will last for generations
- Naturally safe: no lead, no plastic, non-toxic, water-based lacquer finish, no small parts
- Sustainably sourced hardwoods
- Safety tested for ages 1+
- This product conforms to most international safety requirements for toys, including regulations in the USA (CPSIA), Europe (EN71) and Canada (Health Canada, excluding Quebec)
- Warning: This product contains small magnets. Swallowed magnets can cause complications leading to serious infections and death. Seek immediate medical attention if magnets are swallowed or inhaled.
IN THE BOX
6 blocks in 2 shapes:
- 4 Triangular Prisms
- 2 Parallelograms
Industrial Felt Pouch
IT'S PERFECT FOR
- those seeking toys supporting open-ended and unscripted play.
- the child that's off to travel.
The beauty of Tegu is that it is a toy that grows with your child. At the age of 2 to 3, the benefits of Tegu are in developing fine motor skills. From 3 to 5, it supports pattern recognition, balance and scale. From 4 to 6, it encourages imaginative play and from 5 to 8+, it encourages problem solving and storytelling.
This product is designed in the USA, purposely made in Honduras. Tegu is committed to using its business to bless Honduras, one of the poorest nations in the western hemisphere. With your purchase, you are helping create stable jobs. It improves the livelihood of not only the current 200 employees building the toys, but also of at least 361 family members that rely on them.
The main wood that Tegu sources in Honduras is called Huesito (Spanish for "little bone"), which is a hardwood found in abundance in Honduras' forests. This species is not endangered, but they are still very careful about how it is harvested, getting wood only from sustainable sources.