Shusha’s fun wooden toy helps children learn what food can and can’t be eaten. There’s a wooden chef and seven pairs of discs with illustrations of edible and inedible items. Kids try to feed the hungry chef! Don’t worry – inedible discs are slightly larger and don’t fit into the chef’s mouth, so he’ll never agree to eat an inedible item!
You can also play a matching game by pairing up the items: fish and fish bones, mushroom and poisonous mushroom, prawn and bug, egg and egg shell, nut and acorn, chicken leg and chicken bone, sweetcorn and maize.
15 birch plywood pieces painted in non-toxic paints.
Suitable for age 2+
- Box sizes: 20 × 25 × 6cm.
Russian brand Shusha make excellent wooden toys and games, with beautiful styling based on late 19th and early 20th Russian art with deliberately minimalist designs. Shusha creates traditional wooden toys made to pass on to the next generation, but they’re also innovative and open-ended games with lots of possible outcomes, allowing children to be creative and imaginative.