Natural wood toys designed by Industrial Facility for Muji Japan are simple learning tools for the inquisitive child. Inspiring dramatic play and challenging the fun in fractions these building blocks are full of colorful details without plastics. City in a bag includes landmark items for each particular city, whether it be New York City, London, Paris, Hong Kong. Spreading into the suburbia lifestyle are homes with driveways and landscape trees. There are bridges and tunnels, public transportation and boats in the bay. Puzzles explore another way to learn by discovering new things after taking an object apart. When you peel away an apple, what’s inside? When you dismantle a cell phone, what would you find? Learning toys touch an entirely new way to see fundamental physics. Never before have we thought to include fractions in play. Enjoy, as these toys provide a magical opportunity for us parents to teach them these concepts. Lisa Bradshaw really nice wooden sets, but why not show where they can be bought???