Natural Wooden Stacking Animals

R 316.99 ZAR R 395.95

Description
16 pc wooden animal set, beautiful natural colours in an easy top store draw string bag. Why are stacking activities important?
  • Fine motor skills- It is a favourite past time of toddlers to pick items up and stack them, this activity helps them learn very important skill of making smaller movements with the thumb and forefinger to grasp the object. They will now know how to move, order, screw any objects to achieve their desired task. They will now be able to understand the world, like they will get familiar to shape, size, weight, height, colours, textures, sequence and comparison of objects.
  • Hand-eye co-ordination- Stacking helps the child visualize the object and get information from the eyes as to how to move hands and object in relation to the body and other pieces to place it systematically. Placing objects on top of each other or locking with one another lets them learn how to balance objects so that they don’t topple.
  • Gross motor skills- While stacking the child needs to sit up and balance core muscles in order to move hands freely. This activity will help the child to master the ability to control his/her body movements which are in coordination to stacking activity.
  • Creative skills- The child will show you many different ways in which this stacking animals can be played!
  • Social skills- As parent we should encourage with children to play with their friends! Stacking and playing with these animals together will help the child learn new things simply by observing other children. They will learn sharing their toys with other kids, working in team, taking turns and communication skills.
  • Problem solving- Stacking is a challenge for child. They will use trial and error methods to make the animals stack onto other animals and balance them! They will learn to problem solve if any of the animals is misfit and try again to balance them.
  • Spatial Intelligence-In order to form different structures, child visualizes how each animal should be placed in relation to other animals. This activity will help the child perceive things and incorporate it easily!
  • Language skills- We can introduce different words like " put the bunny on top of the elephant" or "put the giraffe on his head" identifying the placement as above or below, compare the objects as one is bigger than another and counting of objects!

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