Cover Page: Airplane
Detachable Velcro wing of the fly high airplane for some fine motor practice.
Peek a Boo never gets old and and you can never go wrong with it. Universal, crossing cultural and language barriers, it is sure to result in peals of laughter.
Snap Button lion’s hands for some play time with him along with fine motor practice.
On this page are 3 different sized flowers to teach the concept of big and small. All 3 flowers have different clasps to learn to snap the flower, Velcro and Un Velcro the flower and button and unbutton for fine motor practice
On this page are 5 different coloured birds to sort onto matching bird houses. A simple, fun (and yes, cute) color matching game that can be used over and over again.
Learning basic shapes can be fun with the turtle.
What to watch out for:
1) Shapes (4 basic shapes) and Shape Matching
2) Fine motor practice with Velcro and Un-Velcro
3) Counting shapes – 1 to 4
4) How many sides does a square have? How many corners are there in a triangle?
This page opens to a Snail Labyrinth to move the button in and out of the labyrinth – a great activity for fine motor skills and improve hand eye coordination
Slide the boat from left to right to teach the concept of left and right. Then gradually teach the child the concept of fast and slow by sliding the boat accordingly
Magnetic Fishing Activity
A great fine motor training activity for children. There is hand eye coordination, cause and consequence, logics, focus, concentration, aim, fun and more.
All of the parts of this book are handmade. At the end of the book is a zipper pocket – a place for everything so there aren’t loose pieces to keep track of when putting them away.
The book is 21.5 x 21.5 x 9 cms
Recommended age: 18 months and above