Little starter Pack
Little starter Pack
Little starter Pack
Little starter Pack

Little starter Pack

Regular price £20.00 £18.00 Sale

Keeping our young ones busy and occupied can sometimes be a big task. We don’t just want them to be distracted but rather we’d prefer them to be independently learning and developing through their play! These three My Busy Bots bags are tailor made for the little ones who need some constructive distraction.

Bag 1: Jumbo buttons

The first time I let my kids play with jumbo buttons they were captivated! And they are still a favourite... There is just something about them that holds children’s attention. In this My Busy Bots bag we introduce numbers and counting in a fun way. Little ones need to find and cover the right amount of the animals with the jumbo buttons. When they are done they can do some extra hand eye coordination and fine motor practice by threading the buttons on the colourful lace.

Contents:

  • 1 Information card with instructions and ideas to extend the activities and list of skills being developed
  • 5 Large laminated activity cards
  • 15 Jumbo buttons
  • 1 Colourful lace
  • 1 Brightly coloured storage bag

Bag 2: Pets at home

All children are fascinated with animals. They love to watch them, cuddle them and the best is when they try to imitate the sounds they make. Animals that are the most familiar to our children are the ones that we have as pets. This My Busy Bots bag is a great one to start developing key visual motor and fine motor skills as well as a way to teach children about the animals they find in their world.

Contents:

  • 1 Information card with instructions and ideas to extend the activities and list of skills being developed
  • 6 Laminated activity cards
  • 12 smaller laminated pet cards
  • 6 Rubber pets
  • 1 Brightly coloured storage bag

Bag 3: Cookie stars

All the bright colours and contrasting textures in this My Busy Bots bag is sure to catch your little ones attention! They will be kept entertained with squeezing, pinching, picking, sorting, counting and colour matching. All these actions will aid key development that your little one needs as they get bigger.

Contents:

  • 1 Information card with instructions and ideas to extend the activities and list of skills being developed
  • 5 Star cookie cutters
  • 20 Pompoms in different colours and sizes
  • 1 Handy pincer
  • 1 Brightly coloured storage bag

Skills being developed:

  • Fine motor skills:
    • Thumb opposition; in-hand manipulation; wrist extension; whole hand grasp; pincer grip; pre-writing skills; pencil grip; tripod grasp; open thumb web space; finger isolation; hand strength; hand eye coordination and control; hand dominance; dexterity; grasp and release; bilateral hand coordination; sensory exploration; spatial relationships.
  • Visual perceptual skills:
    • Visual tracking and scanning; motor planning; visual discrimination; visual motor integration; visual spatial relations; visual figure ground.
  • Cognitive skills:
    • Concentration; problem solving; puzzle solving skills; language and vocabulary; sorting and organisation; counting; number recognition; colour recognition and matching.
  • Life skills:
    • Patience and perseverance; sewing skills; creativity and imagination; use of tweezers; early writing skills.

* Bags and content colours may vary.