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Soft Role Play Minibeast Basket


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A beautiful handcrafted collection of minibeasts, designed for interaction and to support the schema of emptying and filling.
£39.95 ex VAT £ 47.94 inc VAT


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Winner ERA Award 2012 - Best Early Years Resource & Equipment - non ICT
A beautiful handcrafted collection of minibeasts in the Time to Talk Bug Basket.

Babies and toddlers will love emptying the basket to find out more about the soft, tactile, vibrant contents. There's a velvety spider and a crackly butterfly and other appealing characters.

Designed for interaction and to support the schema of emptying and filling. Beautiful resources for captivating young children's interest.

Contents include:

  • 1 x basket
  • 1 x ladybird
  • 1 x flower
  • 1 x leaf
  • 1 x caterpillar
  • 1 x butterfly
  • 1 x spider
  • 1 x bee
Size of basket: D20cm, size of bee: approx. L10cm. Machine washable at 30 degrees.

Suitable from birth

" Before children learn to talk they have to understand the words and sounds that are being used around them. Always bear in mind that a language rich environment supports the development of sounds and letters. Using collections of familiar objects is an appropriate way to support talk and social interaction. In our nursery we have seen how babies show pleasure and excitement when sharing these baskets with someone they know.

Top tip: practitioners can use these props to recreate and share their own magical, imaginative stories. "

Emma is an award winning Nursery Manager of the Year, a trainer and a huge inspiration for colleagues and parents. She balances all the necessary requirements whilst creating beautiful, nurturing environments. Busy Bees/Busy Bears, County Durham.

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    05 Feb 2014