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The Hungry Pelican
Learn how your child can make use of this toy to have fun and learn at the same time.
The Hungry Pelican - KA10208
33cm(W) x 47cm(H) x 17cm(D)

The Hungry Pelican provides repeated action learning for your child. This pelican is always hungry and has a big, wide open mouth, waiting for your child to feed her four cute toys - a shrimp, crab, octopus and fish.

Objective: Bedtime buddy - building a sense of security

Method: The Hungry Pelican can become your child’s bedtime buddy. Fasten it to the side of your child’s crib. Shake the pelican’s wings and legs to make sounds to attract your child’s attention.

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

Method: Shake or crinkle the sea creatures to create sounds. Observe your child’s reaction to the sounds.

Objective: Gross motor skills training – crawling towards sounds

Method: Shake or crinkle the sea creatures in front of your child. Encourage your child to crawl towards the sounds.

Objective: Listening and fine motor skills training – grasping and crinkling

Method: Encourage children to grasp at and crinkle different parts of the pelican with both their hands. This creates sounds and trains their fine motor skills.

Objective: Gross motor skills training – feeding the pelican 1

Method: Encourage your child to open the pelican’s mouth and place the sea creatures into its mouth.

Objective: Gross motor skills training – feeding the pelican 2

Method: Encourage your child to open the pelican’s mouth and place the sea creatures into its mouth. Then encourage her to pick up the sea creature from its tummy and to repeat the whole set of actions.

Objective: Cognitive training - learning facial features and body parts

Method: Use the pelican to teach children facial features and body parts such as the head, eye, mouth, foot etc.

Objective: Cognitive training – pointing to facial features and body parts

Method: Name a facial feature or body part of the pelican and encourage your child to point to it.

Objective: Cognitive training - learning colors

Method: Teach children different colors using the pelican.

Objective: Cognitive training – pointing to colors

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

Objective: Cognitive training - learning sea creatures

Method: Teach children the names of different sea creatures.

Objective: Cognitive training – pointing to sea creatures

Method: Name a sea creature and encourage your child to point to it.

Objective: Telling apart shapes by touch

Method: The fish, shrimp, crab and octopus are different shapes and make different sounds. Place them into the pelican’s tummy. Then encourage your child to find the creature you name by touch only.

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