Wooden Safari Animals

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In the safari, one of the mottos is "Hakuna Matata" – no worries! 

Whether it's the zebras grazing peacefully, giraffes gracefully browsing treetops, or hippos enjoying a lazy day by the water the air is filled with the symphony of chirping birds, roaring lions, and the occasional trumpeting of elephants. It's a 24/7 concert where every animal has a unique role to play.

The Wooden Safari Animals from Tender Leaf Toys are a delightful and educational addition to any child's toy collection. From kaleidoscope binoculars to lions and elephants. They are expertly crafted from sustainable wood and offer a charming and tactile play experience. 

Fun facts for teach your children about Safari animals

Play with the wooden safari animals isn't just a child's play it is a story telling experience including great details about everyone involved.

Who knew safari toys were the secret agents of social skills development helping your child express their viewpoint, understanding and emotions.


These gentle giants have trunks so versatile. From spraying water to picking up peanuts, their trunk it's the ultimate multi-tool accessory!


Despite their big appearance, hippos are surprisingly skilled dancers. They might not be winning any ballroom competitions, but in the underwater waltz category, they're absolute champions!


Rhinos may seem tough on the outside, but deep down, they're just big softies. If you catch one rolling around in the mud, it's not a spa day, it is their version of a luxurious skincare routine.


Lions might be the kings of the jungle, but they are also expert at napping. On average, they snooze for about 20 hours a day. Talk about ruling the nap game!


Crocodiles are masters of disguise, and time travel! Not in a sci-fi way, but because they've been around for approximately 200 million years, coexisting with dinosaurs. These ancient reptiles are like nature's time traveling rock stars, rocking the prehistoric scene and still strutting their scaly stuff today


With those long necks, giraffes have the perfect vantage point for spotting trouble. Yet, when they drink water, it's a bit like watching them attempt yoga. Their legs splay out in all directions!


These speedsters of the Savannah are known for their incredible leaps. When they're feeling fancy, they can jump up to 10 feet high. this is like 15 normal red bricks.


Zebras' black-and-white stripes might look like a fancy fashion choice, but it turns out, it's their way of staying stylish and in disguise. The stripes help repel biting insects.

In summary, playing with wooden safari toys stimulates imaginative play, promotes cognitive, fine motor, and social development, and offers a sustainable and screen-free alternative to digital entertainment. These toys are not only fun but also valuable tools for nurturing a child's physical, emotional, and cognitive growth.