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Take Along Play Set - Cars in Town
Learn how your child can make use of this toy to have fun and learn at the same time.
Take Along Play Set - Cars in Town - KA10665
Vehicle: 8.5cm(W) x 6cm(H) x 5cm(D)
Mat: 50cm(H) x 37cm(W)

Vroom vroom, go the cars around and around the city! “Cars in Town” is a mini city complete with nine different soft vehicles and a busy playmat with a school, fire station, and much more! The multi-colored cars display different numbers and occupations, great for learning and role-playing. These little cars can squeak, crinkle and make rattle sounds too.

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

Method: Shake or crinkle one of the cars to create sounds from different directions. Observe if your child’s gaze follows the sounds.

Objective: Fine motor skills training - grasping

Method: Encourage children to grasp one of the cars with both their right and left hands.

Objective: Listening and fine motor skills training – shaking and pressing

Method: Some of the cars have squeakers, rattles, or crinkle paper. Encourage children to shake or press the cars to make sounds.

Objective: Gross motor skills training – throwing

Method: The cars are soft and great for throwing. Encourage children to throw the cars to train their gross motor skills.

Objective: Gross motor skills training – pushing cars along the playmat

Method: Encourage children to push the cars along the roads of the playmat.

Objective: Cognitive training - learning colors

Method: Teach children different colors using the cars.

Objective: Cognitive training – pointing to colors

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

Objective: Cognitive training - learning numbers

Method: Teach your child to recognize the numbers 1 to 9 on the bottom of the cars.

Objective: Cognitive training – pointing to numbers

Method: Say a number and encourage your child to point to it.

Objective: Concepts of gender

Method: Teach children about boys and girls.

Objective: Cognitive training - learning the names of different vehicles

Method: Teach your child the names of different vehicles.

Objective: Cognitive training – pointing to vehicles

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

Objective: Balance and patience training – stacking two cars

Method: Encourage children to stack two cars, one on top of the other.

Objective: Cognitive training – learning occupations

Method: Using the characters, teach your child about different occupations.

Objective: Cognitive training – pointing to different occupations

Method: Name an occupation and encourage your child to point to it.

Objective: Cognitive training – learning about different places and buildings

Method: Using the playmat, teach your child about different places and buildings.

Objective: Cognitive training – pointing to different places and buildings

Method: Name a place or building and encourage your child to point to it.

Objective: Eye-hand coordination and reaction training – playing catch

Method: Using the cars, play catch with your child.

Objective: Cognitive training – worker and workplace matching

Method: Encourage your child to match the worker with its workplace by placing the cars next to the buildings where they work. For example, the school bus should be placed next to the school, and the fire engine next to the fire station.

Objective: Imagination and creativity training – making up stories

Method: Using the cars and playmat, allow children to make up stories about the characters, themselves and the community.

Objective: Self-care skills - picking up toys

Method: The playmat can be folded in half, then held together with velcro to form a bag. Children can keep their cars in the bag. They can also build up a habit of cleaning up after themselves.

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