Collection: All products

Mini rubberwood toys

Budget-friendly mini rubberwood toys

Stacker Collection

Stacker animals that are great fun for building balanced structures as well as for pretend play and storytelling.

Puzzle Collection

Stacker animals with a puzzle board that doubles up as nice stable base to build on top of.

Build Collection

Building blocks that are perfect for open-ended construction ideas

Teether Collection

Cute little baby teethers that can also be used for endless stacking fun

Stacker creative play

Here are some of the benefits your child could get from open ended creative play using our Smol Block Skog collection of 2022

  • Natural Materials

    Beech wood + food grade oil finish
    Today, parents are more knowledgeable and also care about the environment. Not only are they concerned about the toxic substances in toys but also the harmful effects on the environment from their use. More so, one of our beliefs is using environmentally friendly products, and many of the brands that we proudly represent share our beliefs in producing toys made of natural materials and that are not harmful to the environment. Natural toys, like wooden toys, are sustainable, recyclable, and biodegradable. So, if and when they do end up in a landfill, they will not cause much harm because when they breakdown, they will not leave any harmful traces.

  • Stacking + Interlocking

    Patience, focus & fine motor skills

    Stacking & interlocking mechanisms in toys can help boost fine and gross motor skills and help your baby develop better eye-hand coordination. They also help babies learn about spatial relationships (like under and over), and shapes. Overall, they’re a great learning tool. Plus, they generally don’t take up a ton of space and are fairly simple to clean.

  • Hand-eye Coordination

    Develops grasp & cognitive abilities

    The Skog collection helps children think, explore and figure things out. It is the development of knowledge, skills, problem solving and dispositions, which help children to think about and understand the world around them. Brain development is part of cognitive development. As a parent, it is important to foster your child's cognitive development as soon as he/she is born because doing so provides the foundation for your child's success in school and later in life.

  • Puzzle Interface

    Shape recognition

    The animal shape sorter allows your child to strengthen their hand-eye coordination, fine motor and problem-solving skills, as well develop their vocabulary knowledge (e.g. being able to identify and name shapes). When a toddler tries to insert the wrong block and sees that it isn’t working, he may brainstorm how to get the block to go through, and try a different slot until he finds the one that works. He used problem-solving to figure out his dilemma and witnessed the cause-and-effect when attempting to pass a block through an incorrect space vs. through a correct space.

  • Creativity

    Imagination & thinking ability

    Creative play is a vital part of childhood and child development. Through creative and imaginative play children can grow emotionally, socially, intellectually, and even physically. Creative experiences help a child develop these skills and enable them to share their thoughts, feelings and ideas. Exposing children to creative opportunities contributes to, and furthers their development. Every small step toward developing a child’s skills is a major milestone in their growth and happiness.

  • Inclusive Play

    Parent-child interaction

    Some of the many benefits from participating in play are higher self- esteem, positive, self-identity, and emotional well-being that have a lasting effect on an individual into their adult life. Play is the natural environment where social interactions occur, contributing to greater acceptance, the breaking down of barriers, and the fostering of friendships. Creating truly inclusive and embracing play experiences should start with an understanding and intentional design focus on the developmental needs of the whole child.