“3, 2, 1, GO!” The cars speed off down the track and around the first bend...
Learning to write letters is key. With this My Busy Bots bag children can use their imagination as they drive their car around the race track and form their lower case letters. It can be hard for new writers to know where to begin some letters, so starting at the traffic light and following the yellow arrow will send them on the right track.
This activity is suitable for little ones from 2 - 8 years old. As all children develop in their own time, this is a guideline and may vary with your child.
- An A6 booklet with the lower case Alphabet “a-z” and an information page with instructions, ideas to extend the activity and list of skills being developed
- 1 Coloured race car
- 1 Brightly coloured storage bag
Skills being developed:
- Fine motor skills:
- Thumb opposition; in-hand manipulation; pre-writing skills; hand strength; hand eye coordination and control; hand dominance; dexterity; coordination.
- Visual perceptual skills:
- Visual tracking and scanning; motor planning; visual motor integration.
- Cognitive skills:
- Concentration; language and vocabulary; letter recognition; colour recognition and matching; following patterns.
- Life skills:
- Early reading skills; early writing skills.
* Bags and content colours may vary
Great little bag, will come in useful at the school I work in.
I was expecting a bit more than 1 car and a small book. It kept my daughter entertained for 5 minutes max. Its a bit pricey for what you get
Both my 4 year old and 20 month old like this but use it completely differently. We use it as part of a rotation of few grab and go activities for keeping them entertained while out. Only thought, Is that the book is a little small for small hands to manoeuvre the shapes, I was expecting an A5 or bigger size.