Most infants are given shape sorters at some point in order to ensure that their cognitive development is progressing normally and the one designed by Anson Wong was created to last for decades.
Called the 'Cubos,' the toy is made from quality woods including birch, cherry, maple and walnut -- with no trace of plastic unlike other shape sorters on the market. The wooden toy is held together with glue while beeswax gives it its shine and no chemicals are used in the production process. The toy was designed to be strong and long-lasting, ensuring that it is able to stay in families for generations.
This shape sorter functions as a safe heirloom that was designed with a focus on quality and longevity.