Day of the week- Wood Folk Set

Sold Out
Unit Price
Tax included.
- +

Our new forest friends- The Wood Folk Dolls, are the sweetest addition to your play scenes! They come dressed in beautiful, unique hand dyed silk cloaks that create such a whimsical feel.
Not only are the Wood Folk perfect for small world play, colour matching, and the perfect size to have as a travel companion; but they also now come in this beautiful "Days of the Week" Set, to help your littles learn through play.

This amazing set includes 7 Wood Folk dolls-for each of the Waldorf day colours, with matching small wooden gems and stepping stones, engraved with the day of the week.

This set would be a wonderful morning and night learning tool for your little ones. Set them up to help learn about the different days of the week. Every morning you could make a fun challenge to see what "day of the week" it is; and before bedtime ask your children what day it will be tomorrow when the sun wakes in the morning! Match the colours and connect a little closer to nature with the beautiful natural textures from the wood and materials!

Materials Used:
The silk has been hand torn to leave soft raw edges that drape and move fluidly. Some fraying is normal and expected after good use. We suggest trimming any loose threads and packing them away after each play to ensure tiny fingers don’t get caught in threads when left unattended. 

The small wooden gem is made from Paulownia wood and is hand dyed and sealed with a coconut/beeswax finish.

*Wood Folk are approx. 95mm tall and have a diameter of approx 35mm.
*Stepping Stones: approx. 75-85mm and 10mm thick
*Gems approx 50mm x 40mm

Age: Not suitable for children under 3 years of age or older children who chew/mouth toys. To be used under adult supervision as it contains materials and loose parts that may risk as a choking hazard.

Brand : Zephyrs Nest:
Handmade in Byron Bay, from locally and ethically sourced, raw natural materials. As such, each is unique and vary slightly in size and colour. This isn’t seen as a defect, but a testament to the beauty and variety found in nature.