Wooden Pounding Bench
Bimi Boo Wooden Pounding Bench for Toddlers is easy to grasp for little hands, made from high-quality wood, and colored with safe paints. Each piece is hand polished to remove splinters and rough spots, ensuring kids’ highest level of safety. Certified in the USA (ASTM F963-17) and the EU (EN71).
Bimi Boo Pounding Toy comes with a wooden hammer and 8 pegs in 4 different colors: blue, yellow, orange, and red. The holes in the bench match the 4 different peg colors to improve your child’s color recognition skills.
Item Number: 03017
Material: Beechwood & MDF
Product Dimension (W x L x H) :
10.2 in x 4.7 in x 3.9 in
25.9 x 11.9 x 9.9 cm
Package Dimension (W x L x H) :
11 in x 4.7 in x 4.9 in
Product weight with packaging:
Bench with Hammer
Bench with wooden mallet
8 pegs colored to blue, yellow, red, and orange
There are many benches on the market. I am a special needs preschool teacher and use this with my students. The last one I had was plastic and was broken when a child threw on of the bench. I was looking for one that was more durable. This hammering toy is solid wood with nice bright colors. If you are looking for a wood bench I recommend this one.
Perfect for small children. Hammer is small and light weight and the "pegs" go down all the way without easily coming out. Not heavy like some others so I don't worry about our two year old smashing fingers or dropping it on his toe or on the tile floor in kitchen. Good purchase!
I got this for my baby as a Birthday gift he is 8 month and he loves it. I like the quantity and the price.
Ninwteen month old boy imediately takes to wooden hammer and pounds pegs level. This is a very sturdy toy and holds up to repeated pounding and falls. This toy enhances hand and eye coordination. I like the fact it's made of wood...not a plastic, it is safe. Some pegs seem to be a looser fit than others. Highly recommended! Happy Grandfather.
Pretty good, not exactly what I remember from my child hood. Pegs can easily be pulled out by my 1 year old son. I remember really having to push to hammer it. Still really nice though.