SimSalaBim Steck Figure Set
Handmade in Germany by award-winning toymaker Hans-Georg Kellner, Sim-Sala-Bim love to meet new people and explore new cultures. Their adventures take them all over the world.
Handmade in Germany by award-winning toymaker Hans-Georg Kellner, Sim-Sala-Bim love to meet new people and explore new cultures. Their adventures take them all over the world. As three of the whimsical characters belonging to Kellner's Stick Figure Family, they are sure to delight both the young and old at heart.
The combination of cleverly designed, colorful geometric shapes, unique rubber "Jummis" - or connectors (that make a great "popping" sound when pulled apart) - and bits of felt and string put children of all ages in charge of this simple yet wonderfully creative building block system. Construct crazy stick figure designs to your heart's content. And since there are deliberately no instructions included, you are limited only by your imagination.
Choking Hazard: Not suitable for children under 3 years old.
More to the Story
Kellner Steckfiguren Toys, featured in Bilbao's Guggenheim Museum, have entertained children and families alike in Europe for over eighty years. Each geometric building block is made from locally grown Beech wood that has each been colored with water-based paints. The patented "jummis" are made with food-grade rubber. The remaining embellishments are all made from natural materials including hemp, sisal and bits of felt. Each Steck Figure set comes packaged in its own wonderfully simplistic cardboard box.
Kellner Steckfiguren Toys have won numerous awards around the world including "Spielgut" and "The Thuringer Design Prize" in 2001, the "German Design Prize for Toys" in 2001, the "RedDot Award" in 2002 and Japan's "Good Design Award" in 2004.
This SimSalaBim Steck figure set comes in a box that measures 9" L x 6.5" W x 2" H.
Safety & Care
- Choking Hazard: Not suitable for children under 3 years old.
- All Kellner Steckfiguren toys comply with European Safety Standards.
- Made from Beech wood colored with water-based paints, food-grade rubber, natural materials including hemp, sisal, and bits of felt.