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Owl! The Stacking Bucket Family
Learn how your child can make use of this toy to have fun and learn at the same time.
Owl! The Stacking Bucket Family - KA10498
19cm(W) x 19cm(H) x 19cm(D)

It is an Owl, it is a shape sorter, it is a stacking bucket toy! 5 amazing stacking buckets with lots of play values.

Objective: Sensory and fine motor skills training - grasping blocks

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

Objective: Sensory and fine motor skills training - grasping buckets

Method: Encourage children to grasp the smaller buckets with both their right and left hands.

Objective: Gross motor skills training - lifting buckets

Method: Encourage children to lift the bigger buckets with both hands at the same time.

Objective: Eye-hand coordination training - stacking 2 to 3 buckets

Method: Encourage children to stack 2 to 3 buckets. This activity also trains children's patience and balance.

Objective: Cognitive training - learning facial features

Method: Teach children to recognize the different facial features on the blue bucket.

Objective: Eye-hand coordination training - stacking 5 buckets

Method: Encourage children to stack all 5 buckets to create a tower. This activity also trains children's patience and balance.

Objective: Eye-hand coordination and cognitive training - shape sorting 1

Method: Encourage children to sort the shapes using the white lid.

Objective: Eye-hand coordination and cognitive training - shape sorting 2

Method: Encourage children to sort the shapes using the colored buckets.

Objective: Cognitive training - learning colors

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

Objective: Cognitive training - learning creatures

Method: Use the buckets to teach children the names of different creatures.

Objective: Cognitive training - learning shapes

Method: Use the blocks to teach children to recognize different shapes.

Objective: Cognitive training - learning to name family members

Method: Use the buckets to teach children how to name family members.

Objective: Cognitive training - color matching

Method: Name a color. Encourage your child to find the block in that color and to place it in the matching colored bucket.

Objective: Cognitive training - choosing the right shape and shape sorting

Method: Name a shape, encourage your child to choose that block and to sort it into the correct hole.

Objective: Cognitive training - learning cause and effect

Method: When children place blocks into the tower, they will fall to the bottom. Children can then pick up the blocks from the bottom and place it into the tower again. From this they learn the concept of cause and effect.

Objective: Eye-hand coordination and cognitive training - stacking buckets using the face side

Method: Encourage your child to stack all 5 buckets, using the face side.

Objective: Eye-hand coordination and cognitive training - stacking buckets using the creatures side

Method: Encourage your child to stack all 5 buckets, using the creatures side.

Objective: Cognitive training - learning the concepts of "big" and "small"

Method: Use the different sized buckets to teach children the concepts of "big" and "small". Then encourage children to point out the biggest bucket and the smallest one.

Objective: Cognitive training - sorting by size

Method: Encourage children to line up all the buckets, from the smallest to the biggest.

Objective: Eye-hand coordination and cognitive training - putting buckets away from small to big

Method: Encourage children to put the buckets away from small to big.

Objective: Eye-hand coordination and cognitive training - putting buckets away from big to small

Method: Encourage children to put the buckets away from big to small.

Objective: Sensory and cognitive training - finding shapes by touch

Method: Place all the blocks in the biggest yellow bucket, then name a shape and encourage your child to find that shape by touch only.

Objective: Eye-hand coordination training - stacking upside down

Method: Encourage your child to stack all the buckets upside down, from the smallest to the biggest. This trains children's balance and patience.

Objective: Eye-hand coordination and sense of distance training - throwing blocks into buckets

Method: Place the 5 buckets on a lawn or carpeted floor, at different distances from your child. Encourage your child to throw the blocks into the buckets.

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