This toy stimulates sight, sound and tactile development and encourages kinesthetic learning (learnign by physical activity). Develop sorting and motor skills through play - encourage to develop coordination and sense of observation with these 6 sensory blocks.
6 sensory blocks
SKILLS AND DEVELOPMENT
Blocks & Construction
The blocks are easy to build with. This is especially important for successful early building experiences and the development of fine motor skills. You’ll see your child using the pincer grasp (pinch an object between their thumb and forefinger) when they pick up blocks and stack them. This way the toddler control better than grabbing with his palm. Tots will be love creating a tower on the floor to be knocked down later. When your child starts to stack blocks, you’ll see them assessing “problems” and experimenting with solutions. They’re practicing problem solving skills and contributing to their cognitive development by stretching their brain. Activities like these make valuable educational games because they take more concentration than many of the other activities your child has been pursuing up until this point. It encourages dexterity and hand-eye coordination for early independence. It has been clinically proven that mastery of hand-eye coordination, problem-solving, and construction play will challenge children and develop spatial awareness for later in life.
Learning & Education
Through the repetitive movement of placing the blocks above each other with room for creativity, children can find inner self-confidence that they will apply in many different settings for the rest of their lives.
Discover & Experiment
Toddlers will love exploring different senses as they stack, arrange, and build. There are: 2 visual blocks with kaleidoscopic lenses, 2 auditory blocks that make different noises when shaken, and 2 tactile blocks with different textures. Watch them gaze into the mirror, make sense of the fractured prism or touch the textured corduroy. They’ll also love shaking the sound block too.
There are many ways that parents can connect with their toddler before they know how to use thier words. The great thing about music is, everyone loves it and everyone can learn simple interactive musical games or sign together. Even if mum or dad sings out of key, it’s okay. Children learn that they do not have to be perfect or polished to enjoy singing or playing an instrument.
This product is a toy. Check the toy each time before use. Dispose of it at the first sign of any damage or fragility- inform YaYa's costumer service. Adult supervision recommended. Keep away from fire. Colours and contents may vary.
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