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Wooden Water Ways – Large ELC Set

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Wooden Water Ways – Large ELC Set
Wooden Water Ways – Large ELC Set

Wooden Water Ways – Large ELC Set

Children can construct their own wooden watercourses and then watch the water cascade down these rustic wooden channels as they pour the water down a handcrafted wooden funnel.

This large wooden water way set is perfect for early learning services  and includes 9 different type crafted patterns that changes the way the water flows, 3 wooden funnels and nine chunky wooden blocks to adjust heights and angles. This is a fantastic open-ended resource for children to play with each other as they problem solve together.  

Placing a garden bed at the bottom of a constructed watercourse or catching water with a bucket or a potted plant is a great way to educate children about water conservation. When children are finished with the water for the day the resource can also be used with marbles.  

 

Set includes:

  • 9 Wooden Channels: 63(L) x 10(W) x 3.5 (H) Three different patterns
  • 9 Chunky Wooden Blocks: 9(L) x 7(W) 4(H) 
  • 3 Wooden Funnel: 15(W) x 70(H) cm.   Ages 3+ Years.

CARE INSTRUCTIONS:

After wet use, we recommend drying outside which will prevent mould and wood rot. 

After drying thoroughly we recommend storing the product under cover out of direct sunlight and the weather, which will increase longevity of resource.   

We recommend that timber resources are sanded and re-oiled throughout the year as required. Please follow the manufacturers directions for oiling.  

PLEASE NOTE:

Due to being a natural resource, weather conditions and location of timber resources will cause timber to undergo different changes. This is typical of all timber products. The humidity, rain and the amount of direct sunlight product is exposed to will all change the rate in which timber deteriorates.  

Designed by an Australian Early Childhood Teacher and crafted in Vietnam

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