These wooden animals are handcrafted by skilled artisans in Sri Lanka from sustainably sourced rubber wood whilst non toxic paints are used. Blemishes in the wood should be expected, these are part of the beauty of a natural wood product.
Colourful, chunky wooden figures perfect for little hands. These brightly painted wild animals are ideal for story sacks, stacking, sorting and more!
These chunky wooden figures have a painted design with a beautiful wood grain edge - each one is unique! Add thesr world animals to any children's toy collection for hours of play at a pocket money price.
• printed on both sides showing a natural wood grain edge
• a super chunky size at 25mm thick
• made from eco friendly wood
• perfect for party bags, small world play, story sacks and more
These fair trade wooden animals are handcrafted by skilled artisans in Sri Lanka from sustainably sourced rubber wood and non toxic paints. Blemishes should be expected, these are part of the beauty of a natural wood product.
Fine motor skills
Hand eye coordination
Sorting and sense of order
We have direct trading relationships with our producers, Upul our director travels to Sri Lanka regularly, working with our artisans to ensure fair trade working practices are met and maintained. Our commitment to our producers supports their growth and development, whilst ensuring their employees have a sense of job satisfaction and that their employment is valued. The producer groups offer their staff good rates of pay, equal opportunities and a safe working environment in compliance with the 10 Principles of Fair Trade.
At Lanka Kade, we comply with the internationally accepted 10 Principles of Fair Trade and we have been a proud and active member of BAFTS (The British Association of Fair Trade Shops and Suppliers) since 2001.
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When you purchase a Lanka Kade product you directly support our educational foundation which provides books and daily milk drinks to several rural schools in Sri Lanka.
For some children attending school, the cup of milk provided by the foundation is the only sustenance they will receive during the day. Since the programme was introduced, teachers have reported much improved concentration and contribution from the children.
Many children in Sri Lanka attend school unable to fully participate as their parents cannot afford to buy exercise books and they are not supplied by the Government. In schools supported by the foundation, books and pencils are provided to ensure all children have equal access to education.