With the Cars Paper Toy you can learn how to drive a school bus, an ambulance, a pickup truck, a police car, a family van, a car or a bicycle on the roads you want.
You just need to pay attention to the road and traffic signs!
One base, 6 vehicles, 10 straight roads, 8 road curves, 2 crosswalks, 10 traffic signals, 2 traffic lights, 4 characters and 2 trees included.
Made with high quality 100% recycled paper, that’s easy to cut and solid for the task.
Contains 8 pages to cut, fold, glue and play.
All you need is scissors and glue.
LEVEL 3 of 5
Cars Paper Toy
It’s so fun to drive
Cars Paper Toy, a kit printed and packed in 100% recycled paper.
Plastic Free, very easy to cut, resistant and eco-friendly.
Younger children may require the assistance of an adult to finish.
Only you can evaluate the skill level of your child.
Typically each toy may take up to an hour or more to complete.
Most of the paper toys require scoring, folding, cutting and gluing to assemble.
Assembled size - 50 x 50 x 7 cm | 20 x 20 x 2.7 inch
Package size - 25.5 × 17.5 × 0.5 cm
Length x Width x Height
To cut, fold, glue and play
In a World full with technology, our paper toys bring back the pleasure of constructing your own toys. Most importantly, our toys are meant to be built using the hands, increasing manual dexterity and spatial perception.
Firstly, they aim to enhance in the child, or in whom handles them, an active and creative intervention. We believe in the principle that the difference enriches us. In other words, it’s important to have toys that raise creativity, provide new experiences, highlight the human individuality and allow interactivity with others.
Above all, from the very beginning, we decided that our paper toys and other paper products should be made only with 100% recycled paper, from 100% de-inked recycled fibres and PCF (Process Chlorine Free).
In addition, we use a recycled paper from FSC certified suppliers, with Blue Angel Certification, EU Ecolabel Certification, Process Chlorine Free and Heavy metal absence. In conclusion, they’re compliant with the EU’s Toy Safety EN 71-1 (2014), EN 71-2:2011 + A1:2014 and EN 71-3/A1:2014 standards.