Sunflower Rollercoaster Table

Anatex
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Sunflower Rollercoaster Table

$159.99
$96 Gilt
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Description
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The Sunflower Rollercoaster Table is an adorable addition to the lassic rollercoaster wire and bead maze tables. The tabletop boasts a wonderfully bright yellow sunflower and green legs to resemble flower stalks! Anatex traditional wire and bead maze on top provides children with hours of educational fun and promotes eye-hand coordination, color recognition, counting, and cooperative play.

Features:

  • Traditional wire and bead maze
  • Enhance kids hand-eye coordination, counting, color recognition and cooperative play
  • Measures 23"W x 23"L x 25"H
  • Age: 3 and up

Material: Wood

Care: Cleans easily with mild soap and warm water

Brand: Anatex

Origin: United States

Anatex's claim to fame is its award-winning Rollercoaster toy: a maze of wires and moving beads that has been a doctor's office waiting-room favorite since the 1980s. Founded in 1982, Anatex has expanded its line of educational toys over the yeras to include play cubes (ornate wooden blocks decorated with games), magnetic tables, school furniture and more. The University of Southern California business school has recognized Anatex for its innovative marketing strategy, which involves promoting toys through the American Academy of Pediatrics.