This traditional log cabin building set is a must for every experienced young builder. Hand-cut, rectangular pine "logs" feature carefully cut notches that ensure all logs fit snugly together - and that just-constructed structures won't collapse or topple over. The set of 120 is finished with nontoxic dyes and features green slats and red gables for constructing a colorful, wonderfully retro slatted roof. When built, Wood-Links constructions are perfect for playing with your collection of toy farm animals, fire trucks, little cars, figurines, or other fun accessories. Comes in a resealable plastic tote for ages 3 and up. Roy Toy of Maine was established in the mid 1930's by one of the earliest pioneers in the wooden toy industry, Roy K. Dennison. Roy's belief that there was no greater feeling for a parent than helping children explore their own imaginations became the inspiration for his classic log building designs. Each log was hand cut and honed to a finish that gave it a realistic feel and truly classic look, and each was crafted with special notching to ensure that it fit snugly with the other logs. Today grandson Bruce Dennison carries on his grandfather's tradition, using hand-cut pine logs stained with a non-toxic finish.
Notches ensure that all logs fit snugly together Structure won't collapse or topple over Fun to build, even more fun to play with! Logs are colored with nontoxic dyes For ages 3 and up
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