fischer TiP – THE hit for little tinkers
Playing with potato starch
fischer TiP: making things, gluing, building and painting!
The colourful TiPs made with potato starch and food colours are the basic building blocks for this creative toy. You can create a little green Martian that waves cheerfully. Or a pretty princess playing ball with the Frog King. The colourful construction elements fire the imagination and creativity of children from age three.Simply moisten the TiPs with water and press them together. They can also be cut, pressed and shaped easily. Colourful figures, flowers, chains, entire landscapes and scenes can be constructed without any glue whatsoever. Painting with TiP is also child’s play. Simply dissolve the elements consisting of nine basic colours in water to obtain colour paints. Both methods can be combined in collages to obtain painted pictures and formed figures.fischer TiP has been awarded the coveted quality symbol “Good play” from the “Committee for children’s games and toys”, and also rated as very good by the Öko Test consumer magazine.The fischer TiP range consists of six package sizes: the S, M, XM and L boxes and the Premium Box XL for lots of fun. The boxes contain different numbers of coloured TiPs as well as the required accessories: from the smallest S box with sponge cloth and cutting tool for working with the TiPs, through to the Premium Box XL with six different tools.
And for those who like transparency - fischer TiP is also available in practical see-through buckets: from the smallest bucket with 100 TiPs to the largest bucket 1000 with approx. 1000 TiPs and many tools.
All required construction materials and comprehensive instructions are already contained in the Princess and Pirate theme boxes. This guarantees maximum enjoyment for children, because the ideas can be realized so easily. Simply thumb through the large idea booklet or the three fischer TiP idea booklets with construction figures for further ideas such as an attractive mother’s day gift or a thoughtful trinket for your best friend.
The tools are made of wood-plastic composite and produced by injection moulding. This bioplastic fits in ideally with TiP, the construction material made of potato starch.