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Teddy Wear
Learn how your child can make use of this toy to have fun and learn at the same time.
Teddy Wear - KA10462
28cm(W) x 38.5cm(H) x 10cm(D)

Activity Teddy with rich educational values - play and learn at the same time! Zippers, velcros and buttons enable kids to learn dressing skills. Allows children to practice tying shoelaces.

Objective: Hugging and caring

Method: Teddy Wear is soft and cuddly and great for hugging. By hugging Teddy Wear, children gain a sense of security, and learn to love and care for others. Teddy Wear is also a great sleeping buddy.

Objective: Sense stimulation

Method: Teddy Wear is made from different materials like plastic, satin, fur, denim and cotton fabrics etc. Encourage your child to touch and feel the hard, soft, smooth and coarse textures.

Objective: Fine motor skills training

Method: Children can train their fine motor muscles with the following activities:

Grasping the star-shaped rattle

Zipping up and down

Tearing the velcro straps

Tearing the velcro straps

Unsnapping the metal snaps

Objective: Recognizing facial features and body parts

Method: Parents can use Teddy Wear to teach children facial features such as the eyes, nose, ears and mouth, and body parts like the head, arms, legs, feet, hands, tummy and tail.

Objective: Pointing out facial features and body parts

Method: Parents should encourage children to point to the facial feature or body part that they name.

Objective: Learning actions and gestures

Method: Use Teddy Wear to demonstrate actions to your child. Actions may include sitting, walking, jumping, clapping and covering his face etc. Then encourage your child to try out these actions for herself. This trains her gross motor skills.

Objective: Recognizing colors

Method: Use Teddy Wear to teach children to recognize different colors.

Objective: Pointing out colors

Method: Parents should encourage children to point to the color that they name.

Objective: Advanced fine motor skills training

Method: Children can train their fine motor muscles with the following activities:

Snapping the metal snaps

Buckling and unbuckling the plastic buckles

Buttoning and unbuttoning the big, red button

Folding pants legs up and letting them down

Objective: Changing clothes

Method: By helping Teddy Wear change clothes, children can also get into the habit of changing their own clothes and taking care of themselves.

Objective: Putting on and taking off shoes

Method: Children can help Teddy Wear put on and take off his shoes. Children can experience the fun of putting on shoes before they learn to walk themselves.

Objective: Tying shoe laces

Method: Children can learn to tie their shoe laces by practicing on Teddy Wear's shoes.

Objective: Learning to take care of themselves

Method: Place Teddy Wear, his clothes and shoes separately. Then let your child help Teddy Wear change his clothes, put on his shoes and then tie his shoelaces, in the correct order. Apart from learning to dress herself in the right order, your child can learn to take care of herself and others.

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