There is a background picture hiding behind every puzzle piece!
Wooden puzzles for children, the figure pieces can be lifted (wooden knob) discovering the hidden pictures.
The little hands are training to put on and remove the tiles to the right place.
2 subjects available: farm, pirates.
Dimensions: circa 22x30 cm
Suitable from 2 years of age.
Made in Asia (on behalf of a German company that guarantees the quality of the product)
Goki is the name of the brand for high-quality toys at a fair price, ensuring that excellent toys remain affordable.
Wherever families come together, that's where goki is at home. Play value appropriate for children, lovingly crafted functional design and contemporary colours are the distinguishing features of the brand. Good wooden toys are essential for the development and retention of motor, sensory and tactile skills.
Quality standards: Maple, beech, walnut or lime wood. Ash, pine, birch and Indian rubber tree wood are also processed by Gollnest & Kiesel into valuable wooden toys. The paints and the varnishes come from small, but highly specialized vendors. The individual vendors and the materials used are carefully selected, so that nothing goes wrong later during the toy production. Internal quality management has been integrated into every process of the product’s invention and production. But we also commission external, independent institutes regularly with the monitoring of our quality standards. Every toy from Gollnest & Kiesel always fulfills the high quality standards of our company.
Acting responsibly: To make sure that the world always remains a colourful and liveable place, Gollnest & Kiesel takes on responsibility for sustainability. Wood is a naturally self-regenerating raw material. We source our wood only from places where it can grow back again. Every year we gift a tree for every new-born child in our most northerly German federal state. 25,000 trees for a new area of public woodland in Schleswig-Holstein! This means that the woods remain the common property of the state of Schleswig-Holstein. In 2011 we handed over 60,000 trees to the state for a new forest near the capital, Kiel. Some of the new trees were planted by children from the forest kindergarten Kiel-Molfsee together with Gerhard Gollnest and Fritz-Rüdiger Kiesel.
Schools for working children: 400 million children have to work every day. They work in mines, in factories or on sugarcane plantations.The cycle of child labour and the subsequent life of poverty can only be broken through education. That is why Gollnest & Kiesel are building schools for children, who prior to this have worked hard for their living and also for that of their parents. At least fifty per cent of the profits from the brand ‘cause are used for building schools. A new school is opened every year in cooperation with the children’s aid organizations “terre des hommes” and “Children in Africa”. Up until now schools have been opened in:
• Island of Negros on the Philippines