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Product Developmental Guidelines
Fairy Trio
Learn how your child can make use of this toy to have fun and learn at the same time.
Fairy Trio - KA10581

Shaking Inchworm: 9cm(W) x 15cm(H) x 11cm(D)

Patrick Steering Wheel: 12cm(W) x 12cm(H) x 10cm(D)

Julia Soft Phone: 8cm(W) x 13cm(H) x 8.5cm(D)

Can be attached to baby cot, baby's wrist, car seat belt and ideal for strollers.

Shaking inchworm - Pull the tail of inchworm to activate shaking motion.

Patrick steering wheel - Turn the Patrick steering wheel with ratchet sound and press his head to hear Beep Beep and enjoy the fun of driving.

Julia soft phone - babies can now talk with their loved ones everywhere.

Objective: Listening training - reacting to sounds

Method: Shake the inchworm and phone to make sounds to attract your child's attention. Move the sounds around and observe if your child's gaze follows the sounds. This trains your child's listening skills and attention.

Objective: Sense stimulation - feeling different textures

Method: The trio is made from different materials. Encourage your child to touch and feel the different hard and soft and bumpy textures.

Objective: Gross motor skills training - shaking and pressing

Method: The trio is soft and just right for grasping. Encourage children to grasp the phone or inchworm, and to press Patrick’s head to make squeaking sounds.

Objective: Gross and fine motor skills training - pulling

Method: Encourage children to pull the inchworm’s tail. This causes it to vibrate, creating a fun and interesting effect.

Objective: Comforting baby - companionship on the road

Method: The trio can be strapped to any stroller to keep your child company on the road.

Objective: Comforting baby - wearing the phone and inchworm on her wrist

Method: The phone and inchworm can be worn on your child’s wrist, allowing her to discover new ways to play with the toys.

Objective: Cognitive training - learning facial features

Method: Teach children to recognize the different facial features of the inchworm.

Objective: Cognitive training - pointing out facial features

Method: Name a facial feature and encourage your child to point to it on the inchworm.

Objective: Cognitive training - learning colors

Method: Teach children to recognize different colors.

Objective: Cognitive training - pointing to colors

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

Objective: Role playing - talking on the phone

Method: Encourage your child to use the phone to practice talking and to have conversations. Teach your child basic phrases such as “hello”, “I’m (name)”, “how are you?” and “bye bye”.

Objective: Role playing - driving

Method: Encourage children to put both hands on the wheel, steer both ways and to press the car horn (Patrick’s head). This trains both their fine and gross motor skills.

Objective: Cognitive training - learning numbers

Method: Use the phone to teach children to recognize the numbers 1 to 4.

Objective: Cognitive training - pointing to numbers

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