Are you planning a trip to the City of London with your child(ren) soon? This set of 10 oak tiles are perfect for the avid sightseer. Featuring 10 classic icons of London, United Kingdom, you will thoroughly enjoy touring the city with the aid of these tiles!
Our Montessori Learning Tiles™ are designed to supplement Montessori home learning. Each wooden tile measures 7.8x11.7cm (4mm thick), which are the perfect size for children to hold and learn from.
Our tiles are UV printed with beautiful, sharp realistic images. The unique oak grain is present through every piece, adding to the natural, sensory experience.
Benedykt & Sylvester Montessori Learning Tiles™ are CE compliant.
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Oak Faced Wood
When necessary, wipe clean with a damp cloth, do not submerge in water. Always lay wood flat to dry. Do not use in a dishwasher.
Montessori Learning Tiles™ are CE compliant. All our wooden products show the true and natural wood grain which varies slightly in colour between pieces, and there may be occasional seams and very minor blemishes which occur in the manufacturing process with the types of wood that we use. These do not detract away from the quality and beauty of our pieces. They are all therefore beautifully natural and truly unique to you.
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