What is it
The balls, columns, curves, straight tracks, and ramps are made of beech wood from sustainable forestry in Germany. Elements that cannot be manufactured from wood due to their shape or functionality are made from plastic – for example, the flexible connecting elements or the yellow steep ball curves where ball Paul rolls rapidly downhill.
Nothing can easily shake the Kullerbu tracks. The ramps, straight tracks, and curves have a hole on their lower side, into which the pins of the connecting elements snap snugly into place.
Includes: archway with bell, plastic ball curve, 5 wooden curves, 2 wooden straights, 2 columns, 5-floor connectors, connector, base, starting block, Paul ball, wooden ball, 5 decorative blocks.
What our team of testers said
"I like bell, go ding ding." - Boy aged 2
"Ready, Steady, Go" - Girl aged 3
- Develops hand-eye coordination
- Encourages turn-taking
- Helps understanding of cause and effect
What our experts think
This spiral ball run is ideal for encouraging little ones to develop their hand-eye coordination and introduces them to problem-solving logic. We found it great for helping young children to improve their turn-taking and collaborative play as they cheered others on and waited for their go.
We did find that our testers needed some adult help to construct the track before they could use it. The bell was a hit and the children enjoyed hearing the sound each time their ball reached the bottom of the track. This type of repetitive play helps to develop their understanding of cause and effect as they learn that their action causes something fun to happen.
- RRP: £50.00
- Brands: HABA
- No batteries required
- Toy Types: Construction toys
- Types of skills developed: Cognitive
Colour, shape and pattern recognition
Core stability & balance
Fine motor skills
Gross motor skills
Learning to talk
Logic, strategy & problem solving
Personal, social & emotional development
Physical & motor skills
Speech, language and communication skills
Teamwork, turn taking & sharing