Just a soft voice will echo back to provide additional auditory feedback, plus it's fun to play rock star. Fun way to stimulate language and vocal sound production. The microphone is light and easy to grasp.
Includes six egg shapes in plastic egg carton.
These simple sorting eggs provide opportunity for the development of early visual perceptual, visual motor, motor planning and bilateral coordination skills while also being a great addition to the imaginative play and language development collection. Egg shaped objects also provide opportunity for the early development of grasp skills necessary for later handwriting as they encourage the use of the thumb and first two fingers for grasp.
Manufacturer recommends for 18 months and over.
Explore the range of children's emotions with these large plastic emotion cards. Great addition to any kinder or home program or to use in a social skills development group. Help children to develop emotional awareness of themselves and of others. Cards include additional adult information on the backs.
Set includes 22 durable emotion cards that represent a wide range of emotions. Laminate the cards, create a book, display on walls and much more! Guided questions and activities are included on the reverse to help children increase their expressive language skills and recognise feelings in others. Laminate for extended and variable use. Each card measures 22 x 14cm.
Children will have fun creating beautiful mosaics by inserting pegs into the pegboard. While developing their hand-to-eye coordination children can have fun inventing their own creations or follow examples shown in a booklet starting with easy designs and working their way up to masterpieces.
Use the game further by having the children hold a few of the pieces in their hand at a time while they work. This will help them develop their division of the hand (keeping little and ring finger flexed into the palm while working or performing skilled actions with the thumb index and middle fingers) an important pre-requisite skill for developing a mature pencil grasp.
Everything is kept in one compact carry-case: pegs go inside, pegboard locks on top - easy to carry and perfect for travel.
Includes 300 pegs in various sizes and a stand to display masterpieces.
Manufacturer recommends age 4+
These adult-sized finger puppets are about 5.1 cm tall and made of rubber. Their flailing arms, open mouths and huge, bulging eyes will have you giggling uncontrollably and provide a great way to stimulate language skills or for use in imaginative play.
They also fit nicely on the end of our pen lights for a novel visual tracking tool as the light shines through their transparent bodies.
8 different designs
These fun little rubber/plastic insects will provide a great way to stimulate language skills or for use in imaginative play.
If the word fits play it!
What comes in a box, fits inside a blender, and is bound to make you laugh? "FitzIt" is the game where fun is all in the description. Name an object that fits the attributes on your card/s and then play them to the grid. The more cards you play, the faster you score.
Manufacturer recommends for 2 or more players aged 12 and up however this game can be played on a more simpler level for younger people.
Many frogs are playing happily in the swampy pond. When the rain starts falling; its time to go home but to find their way they must go through many colourful lotus leaves and end up in their own home.
Made from environmentally friendly rubber wood from plantations no longer used.
Simple board games provide opportunity for early development of language, play skills, visual motor, motor planning and sequencing.
Manufacturer recommends for ages 36 months and above.
Size Closed Box 23 x 26 x 7 cm Instructions included - Play solo or up to 4 players.
Each of the five colorful wooden fruit and vegetables can be chopped in half displaying a realistic pattern inside. Set includes wooden knife.
Very versatile toy to assist with the development of bilateral coordination as children hold piece while cutting with the other hand, and then putting the pieces back together. Also assists with the development of division of the two sides of the hand while grasping the knife - an important pre-requisite skill for the development of a mature pencil grasp.