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Bye Baby Bunting, Daddy’s Gone a Hunting
I’ve had such fun creating these little dolls and cradles. I last made one of these years ago for one of my daughters and wasn’t sure I remembered how. I hope you agree, they have turned out really well. The large baby is 6 inches, the small ones 4 inches.
The cotton and poly cotton fabrics squares are sewn together to form the baby, which can them be wrapped in its own little blanket.
The six little felt cars in these Traffic Busy Books are stored in the garages underneath the road way. Simple and brightly coloured, these books will appeal to all children and will keep them busy whilst learning basis skills.
These traffic Busy Books help children to:
recognise and match the numbers 1 -6, teach the basic colours, , stimulate imagination, builds confidence and promotes Language development.
And all that from playing with a simple teaching Busy Book.
Another simple idea to help with child development whilst playing.
This little town book is made from felt, on cotton fabric. The cover is an attractive Volkswagen print poly cotton material which will appeal to boys and girls. The pocket on the reverse stores the three little cars and the traffic lights that are used in this imaginative, small world play. At the end of the road is a little garage to park the cars.
Learning through play promotes:
colour recognition, fine motor skills, counting, imagination, language skills, confidence, self -esteem.
This Busy Book has a sea side theme. The little lighthouse sits on an island surrounded by the deep blue sea. The five little felt fishes can be kept safe behind the waves along with a couple of boats.
Children learn Counting, colour recognition and matching, imaginative plat, language development, imaginative play.
This is one of my favourite Busy Books, Noah’s Ark, the animals went in two by two, hurrah, hurrah.
The door of the little ark opens to reveal a collection of animals that can be hidden in the forest opposite. The animals can be paired up, used to stimulate conversations and imaginative play and generally having fun.