Why doesn’t the block fit in the hole? Aha, it has a different shape! With this shape sorter that looks like a birdhouse, your child can easily learn about different colours and shapes.
Feeding the birds that live in the house is a playful exercise that helps your child recognise different shapes.
Develops fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination.
The UPPSTÅ series is created to help your child learn and discover, and it has various figures from the forest inspired by our Scandinavian roots.
At this age, children learn with all their senses. Structures, sounds and different colours and patterns enhance the child's experiences when playing.
H Johansson/S Edholm/L Ullenius
Comprises: 1 house with removable roof and 6 blocks in different shapes and colours.
Each part is carefully tested and withstands your child throwing, beating and chewing on it.
Matches other products in the UPPSTÅ and BRUMMIG series.
Solid beech, Acrylic paint, Clear acrylic lacquer
Wipe dry with a clean cloth.
Recommended for ages from 6 months.
Height: 16 cm
Length: 13 cm
Width: 16 cm
UPPSTÅShape sorterArticle number905.139.01
Width: 14 cm
Height: 13 cm
Length: 16 cm
Weight: 0.57 kg
Play – both fun and neccessary
Small children are experts at learning while having fun. By playing, they practice motor skills and coordination, train logical thinking and conquer lots of new abilities. UPPSTÅ is a series of toys specially developed for that early play – and everyone who loves to feel, bang, stack and pull.
When you pull the happy hedgehog’s string, and it rolls forward, you can hear a clicking sound from its spinning round belly.
“As soon as you stop, the hedgehog goes quiet. For the child, it’s an exciting confirmation that it can make the sound itself, explains designer Henrik Johansson.
Explore through play
Henrik has designed toys for more than 20 years – to him, children’s play is something to take very seriously.
“Play is a way for the child to discover its surroundings. To us adults, it’s often important to do things the right way, like stacking blocks in a certain order. But to the child, it isn’t always the result that counts, but the exploration of how the blocks can be stacked.”
The toy hammering block is a classic toy for curious little hands.
“Apart from the fact that it’s fun to bang on the plugs, it’s exciting to see what happens if you use more strength. At the same time, the child trains its eye-hand coordination.
Toys that last
Playing isn’t only a matter of motor skills and logical thinking – imagination is also important. With its characters and illustrations, the UPPSTÅ series is a tale about a forest world that you can make up stories around.
“We want to inspire open and diversified play that lasts long. By choosing durable materials and colours, the UPPSTÅ toys can be around for many years.”
So, in a couple of years, maybe it’s a younger sibling or friend who stacks rings and take the first steps with the toddler walker.
What is solid wood?
Solid wood is one of our favourite materials and is part of our Scandinavian heritage. It is also a timeless material with many uses. Regardless of the wood species, it is durable, beautiful, renewable and recyclable. We strive to use this raw material as smartly and efficiently as possible to avoid waste – and we also invest in facilities and logistics so that we can increase the use of recycled wood. This way, every tree is put to good use that little extra.
Toys for small children
It varies when a child starts walking, but a toddler walker provides good support those first times when their legs are still slightly unsteady. In the second year, many children run around, climb, play hide-and-seek, throw and roll things. Whatever they do, play develops their fine and gross motor skills, logical thinking and imagination in different ways. Our baby toys for this age group are always non-toxic and carefully tested so that your child can play with them safely.
“For us, there’s nothing better than being out in a forest – so much inspiration lies in the living room of animals. We’re all also dependent on it, so we must show respect. That’s why we decided to create a forest for children with this message. A colourful fantasy world where all animals love each other and play together. We hope children will like, play with and sleep close to the figures. Maybe they’ll also awaken curiosity and interest about the future of our forests?”