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Ryan 28 - KA10627
44cm(W) x 46cm(H) x 45cm(D)

Ryan is a wonderful activity center for the baby. Peek-a-boo, teether, shapes, colors ,textures, touch and feel, huggable, sit on it... and he whinnies! You have Ryan, you have them ALL. There are 28 activities on Ryan, let's count them all.

Objective: Hugging

Method: Ryan 28 is made from high quality materials. It is soft and comfortable, great for kids to hug. Hugging builds a sense of security and teaches them to care for others.

Objective: Listening training

Method: Shake the rattles or pat the zebra to activate sounds to attract your child's attention and observe her reaction to the sound.

Objective: Sense stimulation

Method: Ryan 28 is made from different materials. Encourage your child to touch and feel the different textures and to chew on the teether.

Objective: Fine motor skills training

Method: Ryan 28 is made of crinkle paper, rattles and other small parts. Encourage your child to grasp at and shake the different parts with both their right and left hands.

Objective: Bead mazes

Method: There are two bead mazes at the back of Ryan. Encourage children to move the beads along the wire (or track). This trains their gross and fine motor skills, as well as their eye-hand coordination.

Objective: Egg shaped rattle

Method: The egg shaped rattle can be detached from Ryan and used as a wrist rattle. It can also be hung on strollers and taken along on trips.

Objective: Learning to sit and ride

Method: Help your child sit on Ryan. Encourage her to pat the zebra to activate the sounds and to experience the joy of riding. For safety, place cushions or mats on both sides of the zebra.

Objective: Recognizing body parts

Method: Use the zebra as a teaching aid to teach children to recognize animal body parts.

Objective: Pointing out body parts

Method: Say a body part and encourage your child to point to it on Ryan.

Objective: Learning colors

Method: Use the different colors on Ryan to teach children to recognize colors.

Objective: Pointing out colors

Method: Say a color and encourage your child to point to it on Ryan.

Objective: Developing self awareness

Method: Children can look at themselves in the mirror on Ryan’s left front leg. This helps develop their self awareness. Parents can also place their child's photo or a family member's photo in the clear pocket. This helps the child recognize faces.

Objective: Learning shapes

Method: Teach children to identify shapes using the shapes on Ryan.

Objective: Pointing out shapes

Method: Say a shape and encourage your child to point to it on Ryan.

Objective: Shape matching

Method: Encourage children to match the square, circle and triangle.

Objective: Learning numbers

Method: Teach children to identify the numbers 1 to 3 on the saddle.

Objective: Learning the concepts of “inside” and “outside”

Method: The zebra shaped teether can be placed inside and outside of the pocket found on Ryan’s back leg. Use this to teach your child the concepts of “inside” and “outside”.

Objective: Look and find

Method: Let children find which part of Ryan the following photos depict. Parents can also take their own photos for this activity.

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