Fancy a slice of our juicy summer fruit? Or how about a trip into outer space on our very own Scribblers rocket ship? You could splash about with our bright green frogs, zoom about in our racecar… or stack up our forklift truck! But what do all these things have in common?? ‘Full Circle’ uses different sized circles to introduce the concept of size, measurement, shape and order. Little ones will work up to recognising the different sizes and how they can be stacked from biggest to smallest and vice versa. Little ones match the buttons to the cards initially, and progress through the activities to learn how to distinguish between different sizes, orders and sequences. Stacking the buttons in order of size is a great way of understanding sequences.
Little Scribblers on Tour never focuses on one skill in isolation. We know how important overall development is for our toddlers and preschoolers. In fact, pompoms are also included for colour recognition, as well as a shoelace for that oh so important threading activity. By using this pack, your little one will be hard at work perfecting their pincer grip, shape and colour recognition, hand-eye coordination, fine tuning their fine motor skills, improving cognitive ability, learning numeracy skills, developing vocabulary, improve concentration, and problem-solving. The best part? They won’t even notice! They will be way too busy playing and having fun! This is what Little Scribblers is all about.
All our packs include easy to use graphical instructions and a QR code with a quick video on how to use the pack. Pop our handy little pack (or two!) into your bag for lots of fun on the run; they are perfect for restaurants, airports and waiting rooms too.
- 6 Double-sided laminated activity cards
- 5 Coloured buttons
- 5 Large coloured pompoms
- 1 Marker pen
- 1 Shoe lace
- 1 Double-sided graphical instruction card, including ideas on how to extend the activities
- Walk through video link
- Zipped bag
Please note: Colours and content may vary
- Shape recognition
- Line tracking
- Pincer grip
- Hand/eye coordination
- Choking Hazard small parts.
- Not suitable for children under 3 years old.
- Adult supervision is required