Children will love the bright designs on this digger by Lanka Kade. This yellow digger has a colourful double sided design showing a construction worker driving and the detailing on the digger, with a natural wood edge on the body and wheels.
The Digger by Lanka Kade is printed on both sides with a yellow and black design and has a natural wood grain edge.
It is a chunky size, the vehicle body is 25mm thick, made from eco friendly wood.
This wooden toy digger by Lanka Kade is handcrafted by skilled artisans in Sri Lanka from sustainably sourced rubber wood whilst non toxic paints are used. Blemishes in the wood should be expected, these are part of the beauty of a natural wood product.
This digger by Lanka Kade will help nurture a childs dexterity, fine motor skills, hand eye coordination, imaginative play, language development, rotational schema, small world play and social skills.
Made of rubber wood.
Dimensions: 96mm (H) x 173mm (W) x 58mm (D)
We recommend a play age of 1-6 years
Age suitability: 10 months +
WARNING! Not suitable for children under 10 months, due to size and shape of pieces
Wipe clean only with a damp cloth
Wipe away any excess moisture and leave to air dry (avoid direct sunlight)
Lanka Kade have direct trading relationships with its producers. Upul their director travels to Sri Lanka regularly, working with artisans to ensure fair trade working practices are met and maintained.
Their commitment to producers supports their growth and development, whilst ensuring their employees have a sense of job satisfaction and that their employment is valued.
The producer groups offer their staff good rates of pay, equal opportunities and a safe working environment in compliance with the 10 Principles of Fair Trade.
Lanka Kade comply with the internationally accepted 10 Principles of Fair Trade and we have been a proud and active member of BAFTS (The British Association of Fair Trade Shops and Suppliers) since 2001.
When you purchase a Lanka Kade product you directly support the educational foundation which provides books and daily milk drinks to several rural schools in Sri Lanka.
For some children attending school, the cup of milk provided by the foundation is the only sustenance they will receive during the day. Since the programme was introduced, teachers have reported much improved concentration and contribution from the children.
Many children in Sri Lanka attend school unable to fully participate as their parents cannot afford to buy exercise books and they are not supplied by the Government. In schools supported by the foundation, books and pencils are provided to ensure all children have equal access to education.