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First Croatian Wooden Blocks for Kids

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The way you used to play back in the days…

Hrvatska Slovarica (Croatian Blocks) are a 100% Croatian designed and manufactured product.

The Ponge Hrvatska Slovarica – Croatian Wooden blocks – are intended for children from 3-7 years of age, primarily for learning letters, colour recognition, composing words and simple sentences.

They are environmentally friendly, have a great didactic and educational value, and represent the ideal toy for your child. Each set contains 20 handmade wooden blocks on which there are 120 characters of the Croatian alphabet on.
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The wooden blocks are made of wood from forests that are managed according to strict environmental, social and economic standards, and painted with colours that fully meet the requirements and regulations of the European Union. The toy develops children’s motor, logical and didactic skills.

You can find out more about the product and how to order on Ponge’s website here

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