Wooden Teething Beads


The Le Toy Van Toys are Ethically made with sustainable wood.

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Le Toy Van Wooden Beads: A Safe and Educational Toy for Babies

These wooden beads are perfect for babies to learn how to grip and move things around. They are made with baby-safe paint and are smooth and polished, making them safe for babies to chew on. The beads are also brightly coloured, which will help to attract babies' attention once they can see colours.

Key Features:
Ethically made from sustainable rubber wood
Baby-safe paint
Smooth and polished
Brightly colored
Promotes fine motor skills
Helps babies learn to grip and move things around
Can be used as a teething toy
Suitable from birth

Additional information

Weight0.2 kg
Dimensions14 × 14 × 4 cm

Delivery Information

Click and Collect, please collect your items from Natural for Baby 78 Balham High Road, London, SW12 9AG Monday to Saturday during the shop’s opening hours. Click and Collect orders are processed in minutes.

Evri, this is a cheap postage option which will take a few days for delivery to take place. Tracking details will be sent to the recipient.

To a UPS Access Point, if the recipient of the parcel lives near to a UPS Access Point this is an option that is cheaper than the normal UPS delivery and faster than Evri. Please order before 2pm for dispatch Monday to Friday

UPS delivery, choose this for a next (working) day delivery option. Please order before 2pm to guarantee dispatch Monday to Friday.

Nursery Furniture, can be delivered to mainland UK. Your furniture will be delivered via courier to your front door. Please ensure that you include your email and phone number when ordering as the couriers may need this.

All Obaby Nursery Furniture comes with a two year warrantee, please register your furniture upon it’s arrival. Nursery Furniture is ordered for you once purchased and cannot be returned to the shop.

To ensure what you are after is in stock, if you need something swiftly, please contact Elizabeth in the shop so she can check her spreadsheet of what is in stock and what the sates are for items that are out of date.