Grapat Loose Parts Comparison with Measurements

Grapat Mandala loose parts are a fantastic open-ended toy with unlimited possibilities when using your childhood imagination. Loose parts can be used as props in pretend play, as props in small worlds, and for educational purposes such as pattern making, counting, grouping, and sorting.  

In this blog post, we are answering the question of the size differences between the round-shaped loose parts from Grapat. There are three solid circular/flat style loose parts available from Grapat and they are the Coin, Mini Coin, Stone and Flower. 

The original coins are the largest loose pieces and approx 1.75”/ 4.5cm. They are the same size as the rings. 

Next in size are the flowers, they are 3cm/ 1.25”.

The mandala stones are the same size as the quarters and are slightly larger than the mini coins but smaller than the mandala pink flowers. They are 1” / 2.5cm. 

The mandala small blue coins are the same size as a euro .75”/ 2.25cm. The 1 euro coin is slightly smaller than a North American quarter. The Canadian and American quarter .25 cents are the same size. 

The recommended age for loose parts in the mandala collection is +36 months, your child should be out of the mouthing stage of development and younger children should always be supervised.

Check out the full collection of Mandala pieces here.

Ashley M

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Ashley M

Great post! I would love to have the rainbow 🌈 !

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