Plan Toys Balancing Tree


Help your tyke develop their fine motor skills with this Balancing Tree Game from Plan Toys. Kids (ages 3 and up) have to stack the blocks on the tree without making the birds fall, teaching little ones control and balance in a game that’€™s reminiscent of Jenga—€”but adapted for little hands and developing brains. With eleven tree branches and six birds, the brightly coloured pieces are made from rubberwood and vegetable dye, so they have less of an impact on the environment. Kids can enjoy playing by themselves or have friends join in to make it a competition. The last bird standing wins! ($16.95, available at

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