Beautiful clapping sound is produced by this cute Fish Castanet. Children can use these castanets to create body movements and dances. Children will learn to adjust their hand movement to create different sounds that help improve hand muscles through the rhythmic tapping and squeezing of the castanet.
Colors will vary - assorted. We cannot guarantee specific colors.
3.5" x 2.0" (approx)
Ages: 12 months and older
Green Toy – Green Company Create a sustainable world through play. PlanToys enables children to play, learn and become closer to nature. PlanToys passes on the spirit of sustainability through their ideas, culture, design process, material selection, and methods of processing materials to recycle and reuse. Their toys help children grow up in a sustainable manner so they will develop into adults who continue to create a sustainable world.
More about PlanToys Sustainable Green Business Policy:
Kiln-dried, chemical-free rubberwood
Water-based, non-toxic dyes
PlanWood – reclaimed wood chips from the production process reduce waste and maximize usage
Recycled and recyclable materials
Soy ink and water-based ink for all printed materials
Sustainable Manufacturing They meet or exceed the following standards.
ASTM &; EN71 (Toy Safety Standard)
ISO 9001 (Quality Management)
ISO 14001 (Environmental Management)
OHSAS 18001 (Occupational Health &; Safety Management)
SA 8000 (Social Accountability Management)
Alternative Energy (Solar Cells &; Biomass)They use solar energy and low emission bio-fuels to power the machinery in the kiln-drying process of the wood and the finished toys. Biomass is used in the curing and plywood molding process. This form of energy helps reduce electricity usage and waste.
Packaging All PlanToys products are professionally packaged using materials that are designed to optimize efficiency and minimize waste.
Sustainable Mind PlanToys reaches out to the community to foster environmental and social awareness.
PlanToys Children’s Museum
Toys for Children with Special Needs Program
Children &; Community Club
Sarnsaeng-Arun – Cultural and Environmental Foundation