Sea Finger Puppet
When you’re working with children, making education a fun experience is essential. Puppets are a great way to do this! Add these beautiful finger puppets to your collection of childcare resources.
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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.
A TACTILE DISCOVERY GAME.
Contents: 1 wheel containing 6 different materials, 18 animal cards with their coat material, 1 bag made from fabric.Object of the game: use the sense of touch in a bag to find the material feel that matches the texture on the spining wheel.
A wooden Balancing Board with a Spiral pattern. Stand on the board and manoeuvre the marble along the groove from one side to the other side. Wooden board has a permanently attached clear-view top to keep marble fully contained.This is a good activity toy to encourage concentration skill.Product size 29 x 47 x 5cm
A great size to use a s a fidget toy! A maze is a path or collection of paths, typically from an entrance to a goal. The word is used to refer both to branching tour puzzles through which the solver must find a route, and to simpler non-branching patterns that lead unambiguously through a convoluted layout to a goal. The first recorded maze in history was the Egyptian Labyrinth. Herodotus, a Greek traveler and writer, visited the Egyptian Labyrinth in the 5th century, BC.