Cut and Peel fruit set
A wonderful combination of fabric and wood provide suitable functions of cutting and peeling. Encouraging colour recognition, muscle and motor development that will support and prepare your toddler for writing.
Supporting conversational and vocabulary skills, whilst developing an understanding of the world around them.
Your information booklet will offer further tips on how this wonderful play set can be used to develop an understanding of how to play cooperatively, in addition to colour recognition and supporting memory function.
First sound blocks
A wonderfully innovative series of colourful blocks will inspire your toddlers curious nature and support development of fine motor skills and grip. The stackable cases and shapes encourage the development of motor skills and hand – eye coordination.
Through play your toddler developing auditory perception and tactile exploration.
Your guide will offer support, encouraging play with your toddler, to further encourage their language development.
Follow and spot puzzle
Puzzles encourage your toddler to practice their concentration and problem-solving skills. The fun starts after this chunky 10-piece puzzle is assembled. The chunky pieces are suited to little hands and support their fine motor development.
Your guide will help you learn more about the multiple benefits of learning through playing with puzzles.
Your toddler will develop their imagination whilst having fun with this wonderful elephant family. Your toddler will develop problem solving, concentration, logical skills, special and mathematical reasoning.
You will receive ideas on how to inspire to toddler to play and create a story beautiful elephant figures. Encouraging their imagination and fine motor skills.
Easy Hold Magnify
We an easy to hold hardwood frame and magnifying lens this magnifier will offer another layer of excitement for your toddler as they explore their world.
Your information booklet will inspire you to take a treasure hunt and head outside to explore. Your toddler will further develop their physical skills as they run, jump and clamber around to find their “treasures”.