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Fun Park Starter Set
Learn how your child can make use of this toy to have fun and learn at the same time.
Fun Park Starter Set - KA10623

Cube: 5cm(W) x 5cm(H) x 5cm(D)

Triangle: 6cm(W) x 5cm(H) x 5cm(D)

Arch: 10cm(W) x 5cm(H) x 5cm(D)

Cylinder: 4cm(Diameter) x 5cm(H)

Guide Book: A6 size, 48 pages

Bead(Diameter): 4.9cm

Pop! Popbo Blocs are soft plastic blocks you can pop on... and pop off! Fun Park is the starter set for toddlers to start the fun building blocks journey with Popbo blocks. It includes 18 Popbo Blocs of five different shapes, as well as two character blocks. Children will have tons of fun building trees, seesaws, and imaginary creatures! The Fun Park set is compatible with all toy sets from our Popbo Blocs collection.

Objective: Sense stimulation

Method: Popbo Blocs are soft plastic blocks of different sizes and shapes. All the blocks have different textures on them. Encourage children to touch and feel the bumpy textures on the pieces.

Objective: Grasping fine motor skills training

Method: Encourage children to grasp the plastic pieces with both their right and left hands.

Objective: Twisting

Method: Link any two of the pieces together. Encourage children to twist them in opposite directions. This trains both their gross and fine motor skills.

Objective: Disconnecting Popbo Blocs

Method: Link any two of the pieces together. Encourage children to disconnect them by pulling them sideways in opposite directions. This trains the gross motor skills, fine motor skills and horizontal movement in their hands and arms.

Objective: Rolling Popbo Blocs

Method: Encourage children to roll the green cylinder across the floor. This trains both their gross and fine motor skills. You may also create other pieces to roll by connecting two to three green cylinder pieces, or two purple semi-circles to form a big wheel.

Objective: Identifying facial features and body parts

Method: Teach children to identify Patrick and Bobby. Then use the two characters to teach children facial features and body parts.

Objective: Pointing out facial features and body parts

Method: Name a body part or facial feature of Patrick or Bobby. (For example, Patrick's nose, or Bobby's left foot). Encourage your child to point to that body part or facial feature.

Objective: Learning colors

Method: Teach children to identify colors using the colorful pieces.

Objective: Learning shapes

Method: Teach children to identify shapes using the different shaped pieces.

Objective: To differentiate between a protrusion and a cavity

Method: Parents can use the linking sections of the pieces to teach children to differentiate between a protrusion and a cavity.

Objective: Connecting Popbo Blocs

Method: Using concepts learned from activity 2.5, allow children to freely connect the pieces. This trains their gross and fine motor skills, as well as their judgement of space.

Objective: Building with Fun Park (Easy)

Method: Encourage children to recreate the following configurations. This helps develop their three dimensional and spatial concepts.

Objective: Categorizing pieces

Method: Place all the pieces on the floor and encourage your child to separate them into six groups: five groups based on color and shape, and one group with the two characters.

Objective: Learning 3D shapes

Method: Teach children to identify shapes using the different shaped pieces.

Objective: Bowling

Method: Use Patrick and Bobby as targets. Encourage your child to knock them down by rolling the green cylinder towards them. (You may also roll a wheel formed by two linked semi-circles). This trains children's gross motor skills and aiming skills. (Adjust the distance of the targets for different levels of difficulty.)

Objective: Building with Fun Park (Medium)

Method: Encourage children to recreate the following configurations. This helps develop their three dimensional and spatial concepts.

Objective: Building with Fun Park (Advanced)

Method: Encourage children to recreate the following configurations. This helps develop their three dimensional and spatial concepts.

Objective: Building with Fun Park and Chain-an-inchworm

Method: Fun Park and pieces from Chain-an-inchworm are compatible. Children can combine the pieces from both toy sets to create more configurations. (Note: Chain-an-inchworm sets are sold separately)

Objective: Story building

Method: Let children create their own objects or settings with the Fun Park set, and use Patrick and Bobby as the main characters in the setting. Encourage children to use their imagination to think of dialogue and short stories.

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