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My First Activity Book
Learn how your child can make use of this toy to have fun and learn at the same time.
My First Activity Book - KA10666
21.5cm(W) x 25cm(H) x 5cm(D)

Buttons, zippers, laces and Velcro… Children will love the Patrick Activity Learning Book! Apart from the learn-to-dress activities, the book also teaches numbers, colors, shapes, everyday objects, weather, time and more! This is baby’s first activity book to build his love of reading.

Objective: Fine motor skills training – crinkling and pressing

Method: There is crinkle paper and squeakers in the book. Encourage children to crinkle and press the pages to create sounds and to train their fine motor skills.

Objective: Gross motor skills training – shaking

Method: Encourage children to grab onto to the big, soft handle and to shake the book.

Objective: Fine motor skills training – flipping pages

Method: Encourage children to flip the pages.

Objective: Developing self awareness - observing herself in the mirror

Method: Allow your child to observe and recognize her own image in the mirror (in the house). This helps develop her self-esteem.

Objective: Fine motor skills training – zipping

Method: Encourage children to zip and unzip Wayne’s raincoat.

Objective: Fine motor skills training – turning clock hands

Method: Encourage children to turn the clock hands.

Objective: Cognitive training - learning colors

Method: Teach children different colors.

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 numbers

Objective: Cognitive training – pointing to numbers

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

Objective: Cognitive training - learning everyday objects

Method: Teach children the names of everyday objects.

Objective: Cognitive training – pointing to everyday objects

Method: Say an object and encourage your child to point to it.

Objective: Cognitive training - learning shapes

Method: Teach children different shapes.

Objective: Cognitive training – pointing to shapes

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

Objective: Eye-hand coordination training – buttoning

Method: Encourage children to button the big red button on the backpack.

Objective: Advanced eye-hand coordination training – tying a ribbon

Method: Encourage children to tie Julia’s two hair ribbons.

Objective: Cognitive training – telling time

Method: Children can learn to tell the time using the owl clock.

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