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Pull Back Autos
Learn how your child can make use of this toy to have fun and learn at the same time.
Pull Back Autos - KA10459

School Bus/Fire Engine: 10.5cm(W) x 9.5cm(H) x 10.5cm(D)

Police Car/Taxi: 10.5cm(W) x 8cm(H) x 10.5cm(D)

Lovely vehicle set consists of 4 cute "Pull Back" soft Autos. Kids play with the autos with rich imagination; never tire of pushing & pulling them around on the floor. A great way for baby to announce his effects & share their joy with peers while playing. Plastic base can be detached and the soft car is machine-washable.

Objective: Sense stimulation using car wheels

Method: Stimulate your child’s sense of touch by softly running the car wheels along your child’s body (outside of her clothes).

Objective: Fine motor skills training - grasping and pressing

Method: The cars are made from foam and soft fabrics. Encourage children to grasp the cars with both their right and left hands.

Objective: Gross motor skills training - crawling

Method: Push a car forward, attracting your child to crawl after it.

Objective: Fine and gross motor skills training - pushing

Method: Encourage children to push the cars across the floor.

Objective: Fine and gross motor skills training - pulling

Method: Encourage children to first pull one of the cars back, then let go and watch as it zooms forward.

Objective: Balancing skills training - stacking 2 cars

Method: Encourage children to stack 2 cars, one on top of the other. This activity also trains children’s patience.

Objective: Cognitive training - learning facial features

Method: Teach your child to recognize different facial features using the cars.

Objective: Cognitive training - pointing to facial features

Method: Name a facial feature and encourage your child to point to it.

Objective: Cognitive training - learning colors

Method: Use the different colored cars to teach children to recognize colors.

Objective: Cognitive training - finding colors

Method: Name a color and encourage your child to find it.

Objective: Cognitive training - learning the names of characters

Method: Teach your child the names of the different characters on the cars.

Objective: Cognitive training - finding characters

Method: Name a character and encourage your child to find it.

Objective: Cognitive training - learning the names of different vehicles

Method: Using the Pull Back Autos, teach your child the names of different vehicles.

Objective: Cognitive training - finding different vehicles

Method: Name a kind of vehicle and encourage your child to find it.

Objective: Balancing skills training - stacking 3 cars

Method: Encourage children to stack 3 cars, one on top of the other. This activity also trains children’s patience.

Objective: Cognitive training - learning occupations and their matching vehicles

Method: Using the characters, teach your child the names of different occupations and their matching vehicles. For example, Bobby is a firefighter. Firefighters drive fire engines.

Objective: Confidence and social skills building - car racing

Method: Have a car race. You may have 2 to 4 children or adult players. The car that travels the furthest wins!

Objective: Sense of distance and eye hand coordination training - having cars go through a tunnel

Method: Build a tunnel or arch for the cars to travel under, using boxes other everyday objects. Encourage your child to aim and have the car travel through the tunnel. Parents may increase the difficulty by varying the width and distance of the tunnel/arch.

Objective: Balancing skills training - stacking 4 cars

Method: Encourage children to stack 4 cars, one on top of the other. This activity also trains children’s patience.

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