A unique fun game to learn colours
- Keen observation
- Visual discrimination
- Hand-eye co-ordination
- Memory skills
- Problem solving
- Colour recognition
- Matching skills
4 in stock
An indigenous educational resource designed by Aboriginal Artist , Gerald McGregor and with his permission hand crafted by artisans working for the fair trade organization, Artisans Effort in Kolkata.
There are twelve appliqued cushions comprising six pairs of Aboriginal Symbols…clap sticks, Woman Sitting , Boomerangs, Didgridoo, Meeting Place and Man Sitting. A wonderful indigenous educational resource to help children with memory skills and concentration, whilst also teaching and appreciating different indigenous symbols.
Neatly presented in a drawstring bag approx. 25cms by 19cms.
Each soft “cushion” measures approx. 8cms by 8cms.
Who will build the most fantastic pyramid of Elephants? Taking turns to throw the die to find out how many elephants you have to add to the pyramid. The player who puts the last elephant on the pyramid wins the game. But watch out! if the pyramid crashes, you lose!
This a fun building game that will help your child develop hand-eye coordination while inspiring their creativity. AGES 3+
Developed and made in Australia by Leave it to Leslie this childcare resource is a fun way to introduce and educate all children to our unique blend of Australian animals and birds whilst teaching them some indigenous language.
You may want to research your own local area for the Indigenous names of animals and birds as in Australia there are more than 250 Indigenous languages including around 800 dialects! Sing this to the tune of old MacDonald.
You may also use Auslan signing for this childcare resource.