Push, Pull and Twist the Chimney’s to see the Farm Animals pop out!
Push the mailbox and open the barn door!
Four friendly faced characters.
Double sided fun.
Rattling drum, squeaking button, clicking star and counting beads!
Encourages an understanding of cause and effect.
Great for the development of hand and eye co-ordination.
Hand Eye and Co-ordination
Fine Motor Skills
Touching and Gripping
2010 Gold Practical Pre-School Awards
Give your child the toy when the animals are hidden away. Let your infant explore the toy and see if he or she can discover what happens.
If necessary, give your little one some guidance and show how to move the tabs to make the animals pop out.
Show your infant how to push them in again.
Introduce and use the correct vocabulary such as “twist the orange handle”, “press the green chimney”. Demonstrate your actions to go with your words but do not be concerned if your toddler doesn’t understand just yet. Repetition and reinforcement over time will help increase their skills. “
Emphasise colour recognition by talking about the colours of the animals and doors. “What colour is the sheep behind the blue door?”
Challenge your toddler to pop the animals out in the order of your choosing. For instance “can you pop the cow out?