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Doodle Studio™
Learn how your child can make use of this toy to have fun and learn at the same time.
Doodle Studio™ - KA10656
30cm(W) x 30cm(H)

Doodle Studio reinvents the classic magnet doodle with a huge drawing surface and a bundle of activity cards. Your baby can learn to draw different shapes, do matching, learn to draw different animals and objects, and learn to tell time! Equipped with a Patrick stylus that is tailored for a baby's grip, Doodle Studio will become the best pal for your baby's burgeoning creativity!

Objective: Fine motor skills training - holding a pen

Method: The Patrick stylus is made especially for children. Its size and design make it comfortable and easy to hold.

Objective: Gross motor skills training - doodling

Method: Allow your child to doodle freely on the drawing board using the Patrick stylus.

Objective: Cognitive training - learning shapes

Method: Use the stencil cards to teach children basic shapes such as circle, triangle and rectangle.

Objective: Cognitive training - pointing to shapes

Method: Name a shape and encourage your child find the stencil card with the corresponding shape.

Objective: Cognitive training - learning names of objects

Method: Use the graphics printed on the stencil cards to teach children to recognize different objects.

Objective: Drawing training - drawing shapes

Method: Name a shape. Then encourage your child to find the correct stencil and to draw the shape on the drawing board.

Objective: Drawing training - copying objects

Method: Name an object such as "sun", "plant" or "egg" from the stencil cards. Then encourage your child to find the correct stencil card and to draw it on the board.

Objective: Free drawing - using stencils

Method: Encourage children to draw shapes using the stencils. Then allow them to use their imagination to transform the shapes to different objects.

Objective: Drawing training - fish

Method: Encourage your child to draw a fish in the ocean by following the steps on the learning card.

Objective: Drawing training - crab

Method: Encourage your child to draw a crab on the beach by following the steps on the learning card.

Objective: Drawing training - turtle

Method: Encourage your child to draw a turtle in the ocean by following the steps on the learning card.

Objective: Drawing training - rocket

Method: Encourage your child to draw a rocket in outer space by following the steps on the learning card.

Objective: Drawing training - snail

Method: Encourage your child to draw a snail in a garden by following the steps on the learning card.

Objective: Drawing training - dragonfly

Method: Encourage your child to draw a dragonfly by a pond by following the steps on the learning card.

Objective: Drawing training - bee

Method: Encourage your child to draw a bee in a garden by following the steps on the learning card.

Objective: Drawing training - car

Method: Encourage your child to draw a car in the city by following the steps on the learning card.

Objective: Matching game - colors and patterns

Method: Encourage children to match the colors and patterns. This trains their logical thinking as well as eye hand coordination.

Objective: Matching game - shapes

Method: Encourage children to match the shapes. This trains their logical thinking as well as eye hand coordination.

Objective: Matching game - everyday objects

Method: Encourage children to match the everyday objects. This trains their logical thinking as well as eye hand coordination.

Objective: Matching game - animals

Method: Encourage children to match the animals. This trains their logical thinking as well as eye hand coordination.

Objective: Matching game - blocks

Method: Encourage children to match the blocks. This trains their logical thinking as well as eye hand coordination.

Objective: Matching game - opposites

Method: Encourage children to match the opposites. This trains their logical thinking as well as eye hand coordination.

Objective: Matching game - counting and math

Method: Encourage children to match the numbers and objects. This trains their logical thinking as well as eye hand coordination.

Objective: Matching game - time

Method: Encourage children to match the correct times and clocks. This trains their logical thinking as well as eye hand coordination.

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