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Grimms

*NOTE: no discount codes or vouchers can be used for purchase of any Grimms Toy. Thank you. 


Grimm’s is a family-owned company that have developed, manufactured and sold wooden toys since 1978. Grimm’s intend is to design toys that are timeless, simple yet aesthetically beautiful and inviting. Their toys are well suited for all ages, and are products that are played with over and over again. They are also known as heirloom toys that can be passed from one generation to another due to their quality.

Committed to the pedagogical guidelines of Montessori and Waldorf, Grimm’s offer open-ended toys made of sustainably sourced wood for both children and adults. Their toys are not only well renowned in Europe, and increasingly in Asia, they are used extensively in many early childhood specialists kindergartens and by speech and occupational therapists to improve and extend fine motor skills and mathematical reasoning.

Grimm’s products encapsulate a balance of innovative and minimalistic design which serves to inspire creativity rather than to limit it. As children grow, their needs change, and they find different ways to play with open-ended toys. Grimm’s toys will grow with children, accompanying them beyond childhood. Gift your child an heirloom today. 

Wood is a durable material but also clearly a product of nature, with its ‘flaws’ & ‘blemishes’ from growing in nature. Do note that there will be pieces of wood toys in which you’ll find knots, moles, black spots, which are all a natural part of a wood toy. Just like how a human body might have its moles, spots & blemishes. A knot is where the wood is cut at a part where a branch would have grown out if it were left to grow. Black spots are a result of mineral deposits in wood etc. Black stripes are part of the pith tube & is where the wood will be darker that it’s surrounding parts etc. Learn to accept these as part of nature’s creation & embrace them as the uniqueness of the wood toy you bought.