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Take Along Play Set – Ocean
Learn how your child can make use of this toy to have fun and learn at the same time.
Take Along Play Set – Ocean - KA10796
Mat: 37cm(W) x 50cm(H)
Whale: 15cm(W) x 7cm(H) x 7cm(D)
Shark: 13cm(W) x 5cm(H) x 6.5cm(D)
Dolphin: 13cm(W) x 5cm(H) x 6.5cm(D)
Seal: 10cm(W) x 8.5cm(H) x 6.5cm(D)
Crab: 13cm(W) x 8cm(H) x 1cm(D)
Fish: 9cm(W) x 4.5cm(H) x 5cm(D)
Turtle: 9cm(W) x 10cm(H) x 3cm(D)
Octopus: 8cm(W) x 7cm(H) x 8cm(D)
Starfish: 9.5cm(W) x 9cm(H) x 1cm(D)

This new Take Along Play Set consists of 9 cute sea creatures and a beautifully illustrated play-mat of marine ecology. Dive in and discover the wondrous world beneath the sea!

Objective: Listening and attention training – observing your child’s reaction to sounds

Method: Squeak or crinkle the sea creatures to create sounds from different directions. Observe if your child’s gaze follows the sounds.

Objective: Fine motor skills training - grasping

Method: Encourage children to grasp the sea creatures with both their right and left hands.

Objective: Gross and fine motor skills training – squeezing and shaking

Method: Encourage children to squeeze and shake the sea creatures to create rattling and squeaking sounds.

Objective: Cognitive training - learning names of sea creatures.

Method: Teach children the names of sea creatures.

Objective: Cognitive training - pointing to sea creatures

Method: Name different sea creatures and encourage children to point to them.

Objective: Cognitive training - matching

Method: Encourage children to match the stuffed sea creatures with the printed sea creatures on the mat. For example, the dolphin should be placed in the sea and the turtle on the beach.

Objective: Imagination training - creating stories

Method: Allow children to make up stories, using the sea creatures as the main characters, and the ocean as the setting.

Objective: Self care skills - tidying up by themselves

Method: The mat can be folded in half to form a bag. This makes it easy for children to carry the toys around with them. Encourage children to place the sea creatures back into the bag after playing.

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