Build: Wooden Tap Tap Tool Box
Messy wants to encourage all young product designers and engineers out there to make some magic happen using this wonderful tool box full of all the exciting tools and equipment they could possibly need to make something of their own. With two removable lid pieces that turn into screwable plates and a cloth printed bag to pack away after play, this set includes a woodpecker hammer, some pliers, a screwdriver, a spanner, three screws, three nuts and bolts and a chalkboard on one end of the box to record all their inventions. Illustrated with woodpecker ‘tap tap’ images throughout.
Parts made of sustainable, reclaimed rubber wood, painted with non-toxic paints.
Ages 3+ years
Great size and really well made! Really adorable!
Such a great idea, the box keeps magazines tidy and safe, easy to assemble and can be used as a bed for Messy monster ( tip from my 6y old😝)
Great magazine for 5 year old grandson. Lots of activities for him to do.
Just three, my grandson is learning all the skills of board gaming with the game box. He’s enjoying the experience and the variety of games.
Bought for my 5 year old for Christmas and she absolutely loves her Messy toy. Takes it everywhere with her and keeps cuddling it in bed.
I bought this cuddly toy for my 4year old granddaughter plus a years subscription
of OKIDO for Christmas. To my delight she absolutely loves it and takes it everywhere with her!! Has turned out to be a BIG hit - and it is well made.
My childs new favourite toy
My granddaughter loves Okido
This is brilliant, engaging for my 5 and 7 year old, not too complex nor too simple and big enough for them to have a zone each. And crucially, for me to have a cup of tea!
Messy was a big hit my daughter loves him and takes him everywhere
Kept the little ones busy, going to buy the other designs!
It's a totally fabulous magazine! Has made learning fun, keeps our daughter engaged on many levels and gotten her curious about cooking again. It also saved us when travelling, eating out and creating the perfect distraction through tough hospital visits. Couldn't be more pleased.
I see many pictures coming back to America from London showing her engrossed in her Magazine. I also think that she likes having mail addressed to her specifically. Thank you for making a lovely present.
Okido magazine is by far the best and most educational magazine we have tried. The illustration is fascinating and beautiful, the contents are well planned and very educational (STEM in particular), lots of useful maths exercises for kids and stories for parents to engage with reading together. Highly recommended.
There is so much of interest and not enough time to complete so we are pausing subscriptions for now but hope to subscribe again in future