VertiPlayTM Tree Top Adventure

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“Clean up this floor!” “Pick up your toys!” Sound familiar, Moms? Well, that’s all over thanks to the folks at VertiPlay! When they created the Tree Top Adventure all of our shouting was silenced!

d3Because these visually pleasing toys stick to a vertical surface! There is nothing to trip over, no parts to retrieve from the carpet. Place at a child’s height and let their fingers do the playing.

Parents who have seen these toys immediately remark how they remind them of their childhood playground days. Rather than sitting on the floor or at a kitchen table, as most toys are played, kids on the playground played standing up. Everyone was free to run around, making playtime extra fun. VertiPlay™ brings back this feeling while also serving as adorable wall art.

If there is a smooth, non-textured surface — like a door or wall — then there’s a ready-made spot for VertiPlay. The toys adhere firmly to vertical surfaces through a strong, specially made adhesive film. Grownups can remove the toys and affix them back elsewhere without damaging the paint or the wall.

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Oribel’s design team worked tirelessly to ensure that the toys are instinctive, offer great play value plus look great. Best of all, they deliver on several vital child development objectives! Building dexterity, discovering cause and effect or appreciating the concept of balance is all child’s play with these adorable room additions.

Ready to shop? Ready to shop? VertiPlay™ Wall toys are available on,,, and soon Follow Oribel on Facebook, Pinterest and Instagram for news, pictures and what’s coming next.

I think this is a great way to transition a child’s room from nursery to toddler room. The wooden caterpillar races down the tree making your little one giggle over and over. This should be going with you to your next birthday party!


VertiPlayTM Tree Top Adventure
• Ages 2+ • $39.90
Mr. Caterpillar is in a big hurry as he
whizzes down the magnificent tree.
On his way down, he slides into the
mushroom tower then uh oh! He
knocks against the swing; speeds
down a rickety slide and finally lands
at the bottom. This preschool
adventure is filled with sounds and
movement that tots will want to play
again and again.

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