Cover Page: Peek-a-Boo with the Pink Owlet
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 Owlet’s wings for some fine motor practice.
A cute ladybug with zipper. Practice zipping and unzipping. Store the smaller ladybugs inside. The spots on the ladybug are of velcro and can hold the smaller ladybugs on them. Introduce concept of Big and Small.
On this page are 5 different coloured ladybugs to sort onto matching petals. A simple, fun (and yes, cute) color matching game that can be used over and over again.
Page 3 and 4:
Learning shapes can be fun with the shapes train.
What to watch out for :
1) Shapes (10 shapes) and Shape Matching
2) Fine motor practice – snap button the sun, cloud button, buttonhole
3) Concept of Day and Night
4) Counting shapes – 1 to 10
Barnyard with 7 absolutely adorable farm finger puppets.
Finger puppets are fun. They also help in motor control. Which finger do I move now? Which finger should I move up, front, back?
Great for story telling and music sessions. Old Mc Donald rhyme, for example.
The joker cap size sorting activity helps demonstrate the physical properties of objects and materials. Children consider the size of each strip that make the cap as their physical property to determine the best size strip to place one after another.
1) Concept of Size
2) Concept of order- ascending to descending and vice versa
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.
Size : 21.5 x 21.5 x 9 cms
Recommended Age: 18 Months and above