It is finally that time of the year! All the little elves are busy in Santa’s Workshop to make sure that they are ready in time for a very special day. Our Little Scribblers are busy helping Moto and Ruby prepare for Christmas too… building snowmen, decking the halls with Christmas cards and hanging baubles up on the tree!
This Little Scribblers Mini-Bag has been developed using a combination of different activities that specifically target and enhance children’s fine motor skills, as they thread, peg, match and place all the little bits and pieces onto the card.
Little Scribblers on Tour never focuses on one skill in isolation. We know how important overall development is for our toddlers and preschoolers. Whilst using this pack, your little one will also work towards improving their hand-eye coordination, increase concentration, develop speech and vocabulary, and improve decision-making skills. The activities on the cards also include colour recognition and numeracy… and a fun little game of hide and seek with our friend, Lulu.
All our packs include instructions to parents to make best use of the cards, and instructions to our little ones to really get them involved. The best part is they won’t even notice they’re working so hard building all these important skills… They’ll be too busy playing and having fun!
Pop our handy little festive pack (or two!) into your bag for lots of fun on the go, throughout the run up to Christmas; they are perfect for restaurants, airports and waiting rooms. Or how about you wrap one up for your Christmas Eve box? Our Christmas Mini-Bag would also make a perfect stocking filler, too. Whichever way, we hope to see our friends Moto and Ruby gracing your Christmas Dinner this year.
- 2 Double-sided instruction card: note to the children from Moto, as well as instructions and ideas on how to extend the activities
- 1 Info card
- Christmas activity card
- 5 Coloured pegs
- 5 Pompoms
- 6 Beads
- 6 Puzzle Pieces
- 1 Shoelace
Please note: Colours and content may vary
- Colour recognition
- Shape recognition
- Pincer grip
- Hand/eye coordination
- Choking Hazard small parts.
- Not suitable for children under 3 years old.
- Adult supervision is required