Could you tie my shoes, please?
This activity helps kids to develop fine motor skills, coordination of eye-hand movement and learning how to tie or to hoop a shoe. It may seem as a simple task but for a child is a great challenge. Encourage your child and do not lose hope. Everyone eventually learns to tie.
The shoes have lifetable flaps and a real cord for the little one. One of them is to tie and the other one has an easily-managed hook-and-loop closure for the child.
It combines sensory stimulation with activities that develop hand muscles, hand-eye coordination, language and communication, memory and imagination, but also the power of concentration.
Recommended age: 2-4 years.
This counting page is a whimsical way to learn numbers. This fits nicely in a quiet book. It would also be great as a learning tool in a classroom.
The format page is 8.5” x 9.5” (22.5*24.5 cm). The cords and the piece of felt over the ends have been sewn by hand.
This page can be ordered separately as an activity play mat or as part of a quiet book.
Each toy is made individually to order, so there may be some differences in colors and minor details.
While I do everything I can to make sure the beads will not come off this page, the activity must played with by children with adult supervision.