Cochecito (small car) is designed by Gregor Korolewicz in Beilefeld, Germany. This eight piece wooden car set is a wonderful learning tool for your toddler. It promotes imaginative play, creative thinking, and fine motor skills. Your child can arrange and rearrange the pieces to build any car or truck they can come up with.
The workshop where the toy car was made is called ProWerk Bethel. It is a special place where people with disabilities or other in-capabilities of participating in streamline work can get jobs. It gives these individuals an opportunity to participate in society giving them a sense of pride and purpose.
The trees that are used to build this car come from a Panama certified forest with a certificate of origin. You can find this environmentally preserved location using Google earth at the GPS-data address width of 8 ° 13’36 .78” N, longitude 81 ° 52’58 .03” W.
Through and through this small product is packed with a punch supplying our children with learning tools to grow, manufactured with a consciousness to help the disabled find work, and all the while the materials are derived from a sustainable forest supply.