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Melissa & Doug Locks & Latches Board Wooden Educational Toy

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It is colorful and will continue to teach her things like numbers and letters as she get a little older. A three year old boy, who was neglected as his parents were online, picked up the latch board and played with it for an hour. He is at the age where he wants to open and close different things and this latch board provides him with the perfect opportunity to do just that.

BNPL is an interest bearing option that allows you to delay payments on your purchases for up to 12 months depending on how much you spend.They can seek out a specific picture, race to open and close the doors, or tell a story inspired by what they find. Please fold the paper along the dotted line and place the chart on a hard surface against an immovable vertical surface such as a skirting board to help gain an accurate measure. I purchased this for my 12 month old grandson - It was rated for not under 3 years, however, he can only play with it under supervision, and he is manipulating all of the latches and learning. I bought this for my grand-daughter because it was such a unique presentation of learning small motor skills.

Foundation Phase: Language, literacy and communication skills, physical development, mathematical development and personal and social development 4. But he likes just opening and closing all the doors and looking at the pictures of the animals inside done in different colors. The activity board is an educational toy that helps little ones build fine and gross motor skills while learning colors, shapes, numbers, animals and more! We came home with quite an assortment of things and eagerly spread them out to see how everything might fit together. Probably a bit early for him but he occasionally plays with it though he can't open all the latches yet.Our daughter absolutely loves opening and closing some of the latches on the Melissa and Doug puzzle. I cannot say enough how much I love the example that you’re setting on the Internet of reading and playing/interacting with your child! Unlock, unlatch, open the hinged panels, and count on finding fun when the pictures beneath are revealed!

This is the second grand daughter that I have bought this for and both really enjoy playing with it. My 14 month old granddaughter started manipulating the latches the minute she saw them, even though she is quite a bit younger than the recommended age of 3+. The only drawback is one of the doors doesn't close completely now that it has been played with A LOT. they are alittle young for it (6months) but when I saw it I figured they would love it when they are older. Not only is it excellent for fine motor practice, and fun for the child (my grandson is 18 months old), it is colorful and visually attractive.Locks and Keys – had lots of different locks and keys for the kids to figure out how to lock and unlock. My daughter is still a little too young for this toy, but she still LOVES it because it looks and sounds so interesting to her. He walks around the kitchen opening all the cabinet doors - he hasn't figure out the board yet, but he spends a little time there . The gift is a little advanced for his 13 month old hands but he still loves it and plays with it daily. My almost-2 year old grandson is captivated with all the moving parts as well as the pictures behind the doors - it was the one gift he received on Christmas that he kept going back to (even ignoring that there were other gifts to open).

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