Bestselling Kids Basic Skills Development Toys in 2020
Yoovi Early Learning Basic Life Skills Learn to Dress Boards - Zip, Snap, Button, Buckle, Lace & Tie 6 pcs/set
Melissa & Doug Basic Skills Board
- Buckle (belt and seat belt), button, lace, snap, tie and zip your way to independent dressing skills
- 6 removable pieces and a puzzle board
- Ideal for practice of fine motor skills
Yoovi Montessori Learn to Dress Boards Early Learning Basic Life Skills Toys - Zip, Snap, Button, Buckle, Lace & Tie 6 pcs/set
- Learning Boards Include - lace,zip,button,buckle,tie,snap.
- DEVELOPMENT - Helps toddlers develop fine motor skills, cognitive skills, hand eye coordination, problem solving
- Lightweight hard carton boards are a cinch to hold--and sized just right for little hands
- Helps kids learn to tie learn to button learn to buckle learn to snap learn to zip learn to lace
- Dressing Frames Recommended Ages: 3-7 years
Pueri Pretend Play Food Toys Cutting Fruits Vegetables Pretend Food Playset Fun Kitchen Toy Educational Puzzle Learning Toy Kids Basic Skills Development Toys for Children Girls Boys (C)
- A very creative toy for your kids to play and improve their hands-on ability and imagination capacity.
- Made from the high quality ABS plastic material that's durable, safe, do not harm the baby.
- Set of colorful fruit and vegetable toys for your kids. Each fruit and vegetable can be sliced in half.
- Comes with a plastic knife, a cutting board and a knife weighing machine for children. Fruit knife through multi-channel process processing, won't hurt the baby's tiny fingers.
- Best Christmas Birthday Gift for children. Children can role-play by preparing fruit and vegetable which will help them remember fruit and vegetable names, and develop counting skills.
BUCKLE TOY "Buster" – Toddler Early Learning Basic Life Skills Children’s Plush Travel Activity
Yoovi Montessori Learn to Dress Boards Toys Quiet Book - Zip, Snap, Button, Buckle, Lace and Tie Early Learning Basic Life Skills Toys Book
- Learning Boards Book Include - Zip, Snap, Button, Buckle, Lace and Tie
- Training child finger flexibility, adapt to the daily life processing ability, and start thinking.
- Material:polyester and hard carton boards.Size is just right for little hands
- Great teacher aid for classroom, a fun way to teaching.
- Recommended Ages: 2-7 years.
Peg Board Stacking Toddler Toys - Lacing Fine Motor Skills Montessori Toys for 2 3 4 5 Year Old Girls and Boys | Educational Matching Shapes Kids Toys with 36 Pegs, Activity eBook & Travel Backpack
Peg Board Games for Toddlers - Colors & Shapes Educational Toys for 2 3 4 5 Year Old Girl and Boy | Fine Motor Skills Rainbow Matching Game Kids Toys with Preschool Learning Activities eBook + 36 Pegs
- BABY TOYS SHAPE SORTER | This building toy will allow your little one to learn, play and grow with the peg manipulates as they grab, stack, build & tap the pieces together. Use the pegboard Montessori toys as a matching game for shape and color recognition.
- TODDLER LEARNING TOYS | The perfect learning educational toys for 2 year olds. The shapes peg board set helps toddlers develop fine motor muscles as their curiosity and discovery emerges. Use the color sorting toys for toddlers for counting, sorting, patterning, stacking, toddler art and color matching games for toddlers. The sensory toys and puzzles for toddlers also make perfect toddler gifts.
- PRESCHOOL LEARNING TOYS | Preschoolers will use these peg learning resources to prepare for kindergarten. Take advantage of the toddler learning activities eBook for fine motor toddler games with the lacing toys for 2 year old girls and boys.
- KINDERGARTEN MATH MANIPULATIVES FOR KIDS | Kindergartners will use basic counting skills and apply it to more advanced math skills such as adding, subtracting, ten frames, graphing, fractions and base ten. Use these Montessori Materials math counters to Identify numbers and colors and their relation to one another.
- COMPLETE TRAVEL TOYS | The occupational therapy toys are inspired by Montessori learning! The construction toys are everything you need to get started in helping your child grow up smart. Put the backpack on your back and your little one is ready to go! The peg board lacing beads for kids also supports autism.
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Rubik Twist Snake 96 Wedges (Parts) each part size 1.2" New Children's Basic Skills Development Toys
- Rubik Twist Snake 96 Wedges (Parts) Speed Cube
- Bigger Size 1.2" for Each Part (96 Parts).
- 6 Color Available (You will get 1 piece per 1 Order): Blue, Pink, Black, Red, Green and Orange you can request your preferred Color (if no request in I will send a random color) *If you need to select color please select shipping from Thailand Only*
- Level Skill 9, Try to make a Great Shape.
- New Children's Basic Skills Development Toys.
Kids Games: Dinosaur Games for Preschool and Kindergarten
Give young children a feel for the world of dinosaurs and paleontology with dinosaur games designed to get them involved and curious on their level.
Cut dinosaur footprints of different kinds and sizes out of thick cardboard. Make them larger than the children's feet and shoes. Punch a hole on either side of the cutouts. Tie string, ribbon or thin elastic through each hole. Tie it across the top of the children's shoes to hold the footprints in placed so they can walk with them on. You can make the footprints last longer by covering them with clear colored sticky shelf lining paper.
If you want extra sturdy dinosaur feet good for repeated use, make them out of pine or plywood cut out with a coping saw or jigsaw. Drill holes in them and tie them on the same way you tie the cardboard feet.
Have the children walk around pretending to be dinosaurs and compete to be the best dinosaur. Give the best dinosaur a dinosaur sticker. Spread sand or dirt out deep enough so they can walk through it and see their own dinosaur prints on the ground.
Put different dinosaur feet around the room, playground or yard. Then give each child or team a sheet with a small picture of each different dinosaur print you have on the ground and a writing utensil. See who can find all the matching prints and mark them off in their checklist first.
Have a dinosaur race on the grass or soft ground while wearing the dinosaur feet. Try walking or running races.
Dinosaur Treasure Hunt
Set up a dinosaur treasure hunt. Cut out dinosaur footprints from construction paper or poster board. Use masking tape to secure them in place on the ground. Create a dinosaur treasure trail for the toddlers to follow to different spots. At each spot, place a treasure of some kind. A large paper dinosaur egg, a stuffed baby dinosaur, a dinosaur nest, some pretend bones or dinosaur stickers are a few ideas of treasure pieces to find at each stop. At the end of the dinosaur hunt, hide a book or movie about dinosaurs that all the kids can enjoy together during story time.
Take the kids outside for a dinosaur dig to pretend they are paleontologists and hunt for finds. Fill large bowls full of sand or dirt or use a large sand box. Use plastic dinosaur figures of all different sizes, types and colors. Add a few plastic, wood or real bones that are thoroughly cleaned. Bury the dinosaurs and bones in the sand or dirt. Hide them at different depths and all over the digging area.
The children finding the most bones, the biggest bone, the smallest dinosaur, the biggest dinosaur, the dinosaurs by colors and so forth win points in the game or small prizes such as stickers or a rubber stamp dinosaur image on the back of their hand.
Alternately, make more than one digging area outside and label them with signs that have pictures of dinosaurs. Split a group of children up into smaller work groups. Make each sign outside a different color with a name for each type of dinosaur that is hidden. Cut small digging tickets out for each color. Have the kids pick their tickets out of a bowl or bag. Put the kids in the group with matching colored digging tickets. Give each child a small hand held shovel in toddler or child size. Beach shovels or large spoons will work fine. Give each child a small bag, bucket or container to put their dig finds in. The winning group finds the most buried artifacts.