Fine motor skills- using hands to develop strength and coordination (water and sand play, musical instruments)
Gross motor skills- pushing/pulling/riding.
Imaginary and Pretend Play to develop language & communication
Letters- putting letters together to mimic words and the correct way around, not necessarily naming letters
Talking, singing, playing using language are great ways to teach while they play.
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TREASURES FOR OUR LITTLE TREASURES
Our brand aspires to source quality brands, toys and games to make learning fun and enjoyable at home. What better way to learn and develop through playing and fun?
As a Victorian based company, we aim to give households and parents the same access to wonderful learning products as schools and teachers have. From quality wooden toys for infants and toddlers to games that have Literacy and Numeracy skills in practice.
Explore our imaginative, creative, interactive and fun selection to encourage curiosity and problem solving.