It’s a busy day on our colourful construction site! Scribblers cranes are whizzing round, lifting all sorts… but some of our chains are simply not long enough! Can your little one help out?
Open up our ‘Off the Chain’ pack and get those fingers busy as you match, count and link chains together. Help your little ones learn all about sequences in a fun an interactive way. Our pack helps your little one recognise and continue colours and patterns; acquiring a vital skill that makes the world around them more understandable and predictable.
Little Scribblers on Tour never focuses on one skill in isolation, though. We know how important overall development is for our toddlers and preschoolers. Whilst using this pack, your little one will not only get busy learning about sequences and series, but also work towards improving their hand-eye coordination, fine motor skills and cognitive ability. The activities on the cards also include colour recognition and numeracy… and a fun little game of hide and seek with our friend, Lulu!
The best part of these activities 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!
- 5 Double-sided laminated activity cards, including 22 different chain patterns
- 30 Chain links
- 1 Double-sided graphical instruction card, including ideas on how to extend the activities
- Walk through video link
- 1 Info Card
- Zipped bag
Please note: Colours and content may vary
- Sequences and series
- Hand/eye coordination
- Improving cognitive ability
- Colour recognition
- Vocabulary development
- Choking Hazard small parts.
- Not suitable for children under 3 years old.
- Adult supervision is required
I’m sure it won’t come as a shock, but orders are taking a bit longer than normal to get out to you.
We’re doing everything we can to fulfil your orders as quickly and safely as we can, but please bear with us.
As a small family business, we are reliant on our wonderful suppliers and printers getting out to work under challenging circumstances as well as Royal Mail, who understandably aren’t able to be quite as fast as we’re all used to. We would like to thank them all for even making this possible.
We really appreciate the continued support we have been receiving and are extremely thankful for every single order.