Little Concepts launches new products from PlanToys at Top Drawer

Published on: 10th September 2019

Toy & gift distributor Little Concepts is launching 10 new children’s products from sustainable wooden toy brand PlanToys.

Known as a sustainable toy company, PlanToys has been adopting an eco-efficient concept in its toy-making processes since 1981. Not only is PlanToys concerned about its manufacturing processes, but also the social contribution to the local community. It has introduced several social projects such as toy libraries, schools, cooperative supermarkets, tree re-plantation schemes and museums.

Two elephant themed products are included in the autumn/winter launch. The Walking Elephant comes with a mechanic that showcases the realistic walking style of elephants. Not only will children be excited during the ride, but they will also boost their coordination, body balance and fine motor skills.

$10 from the sales of every PlanToys Walking Elephant will be contributed to elephant-themed activities for children and the Save Elephant Foundation in Thailand.

The beautifully designed Elephant Money Bank can serve as a piece of decor to suit any room. The money bank helps motivate children to save money and learn maths skills while also enhancing their fine motor skills. They can put a coin into the slot and raise the elephant’s head up to let the coin drop.

All the new autumn/winter products from PlanToys can be viewed at Top Drawer Autumn 2019, which finishes today. Little Concepts is exhibiting on stand R41.

For further information on the range visit the website.


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