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Learning Shoes on Little Feet
Learn how your child can make use of this toy to have fun and learn at the same time.
Learning Shoes on Little Feet - KA10461
One shoe: 11.5cm(W) x 13cm(H) x 18cm(D)

New version of the K's Kids award winning Learning Shoe.

These shoes encourage kids to learn all the 6 dressing skills: shoe lacing, buckling, snapping, velcro tearing, buttoning and zipping.

Children can wear the shoes on their little feet and learn at the same time.

Who can stop them from walking around to show off their dressing skills?*

* The shoes are not walking shoes and should be used only at home with parental guidance.

Objective: Listening experience

Method: Shake the star-shaped rattle to attract your child's attention and observe her reaction to the sound.

Objective: Sense stimulation

Method: The shoes are made from different materials. Encourage your child to touch the bumpy soles as well as the soft and smooth textures and to chew on the apple teether.

Objective: Fine motor skills training

Method: Children can train their fine motor muscles with the following activities:

Shaking the star-shaped rattle

Zipping

Tearing the velcro straps

Unsnapping the metal snap

Objective: Recognizing facial features

Method: Parents can use the two faces on the shoes to teach children facial features such as the head, eyes, nose and mouth.

Objective: Pointing out facial features

Method: Parents should encourage children to point to the facial feature that they name (such as the head, eyes, nose and mouth.)

Objective: Putting on and taking off shoes

Method: These shoes are bigger and softer than real shoes, so they are easy to put on and take off. Children can use them to practice putting on and taking off shoes. They can also experience the fun of wearing shoes before they learn to walk.

*These shoes were not designed for children to walk in. Children are not encouraged to walk around in them for a long period of time.

Objective: Learning colors

Method: Teach children to identify the colors on the shoes.

Objective: Advanced fine motor skills training

Method: Children can train their fine motor muscles with the following activities:

Snapping the metal snap

Buckling

Buttoning

Objective: Finding differences between the two faces

Method: Parents should encourage children to point out the differences between the two faces on the shoes.

Objective: Concepts of right and left

Method: As children put on the shoes, parents can teach children about “right” and “left”.

Objective: Tying shoe laces

Method: Teach your child to tie her shoe laces by practicing on the red shoe.

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