The Rokka is a fishing boat, a see-saw and a den. Turned upside down, it is a table and two chairs for eating or drawing, or a trip-trap bridge for some rudimentary stair-training. Made from quality birch plywood, it withstands the hardest wear.
The Rokka helps children learn balance; in playing with it they also naturally build their physical confidence by discovering what they can do. Playing together and collaborating means they develop social skills and practise the etiquette of taking turns.