excavator arm

Inklusive Steuer. Versand wird an der Kasse berechnet.
SKU KAL-0011

Our carpentry shop is working at full speed and our first delivery for the new shop is imminent! 😍

Please note that when the new shop starts, there may be waiting times of up to 1-2 weeks for deliveries before July 5th, 2023.

Our products can already be pre-ordered!

Shaking is a lot of fun at the discovery table...

With the attachable excavator arm, construction site enthusiasts really get their money's worth and can excavate and dig to their heart's content!

Materials can be moved indirectly using a lever and 2 joints. If the crane is positioned between two bowls or vessels, corn kernels or beans and many other materials can be dredged back and forth.

Understanding how leverage works and integrating it into our own movement patterns is quite a challenge for our little explorers.

In combination with the Kalalier slewing crane, great construction site scenarios can be created.


Understand technical connections, understand simple operating principles (use tools), explore natural laws and material properties.

Contents: 1 excavator arm
Dimensions: The inserted fork has a height of approx. 23.5 cm, the excavator element approx. 34 cm, excavator bucket opening Ø 3.5 cm, 0.7 kg

A notice:
Please note that all elements of the Kalalier Explorer series are handcrafted from untreated robinia wood. We attach great importance to the natural wild wood character. Since this is a natural product, there are always deviations from the product images. Every piece of wood is different and changes depending on the situation. of humidity and temperature. Drying cracks may occur and the surface will turn gray over time. This does not constitute a reason for a complaint.
After use, be sure to store the attachments separately from the table in a dry place. Robinia requires no special care and is easy to clean with a broom or by hand.

Free shipping within Germany
100% handmade
Made in Germany


from 2 years





Fine motor skills

Eye-hand coordination


Robinia wood