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Where is?

41,50 
Material for collective use for the development of spatial orientation, with two game modes: bingo for opposite positions (blue frame), and bingo for spatial orientation (red frame).
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Where are we in the house?

19,95 
Association game to learn to classify the actions that are carried out in the different rooms of a house. It contains resistant cards (pictograms) and a maxi die to make learning more educational and fun.
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Where the animals live?

19,95 
Association game to discover where animals live: on the farm, in the jungle, in the desert, at the poles or under water.
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Traceable Uppercase Alphabet

14,00 
FOR SALE ONLY IN PERU Traceable alphabet made by hand with wood, with the gravure technique. It is aimed at developing literacy and acquiring dexterity in tracing, as well as developing motor skills with the hands. Brings children closer to literacy in a sensory and fun way. In addition, the grooves can be filled with rice, lentils, colored beads, colored sand and anything else your little one can think of. Allow your child to learn by playing and without feeling forced. It is important to prepare all the movements and muscles of the hands of the little ones for writing, and doing it in a sensory way makes learning more fluid. With this traceable alphabet they will be able to prepare for fine motor development, manual eye coordination, concentration, etc. But they also prepare the body and mind for more complex exercises, such as: holding a pencil, writing, reading, or solving math problems. It comes with a wooden pencil.
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Traceable lowercase alphabet

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FOR SALE ONLY IN PERU Traceable alphabet made by hand with wood, with the gravure technique. It is aimed at developing literacy and acquiring dexterity in tracing, as well as developing motor skills with the hands. Brings children closer to literacy in a sensory and fun way. In addition, the grooves can be filled with rice, lentils, colored beads, colored sand and anything else your little one can think of. Allow your child to learn by playing and without feeling forced. It is important to prepare all the movements and muscles of the hands of the little ones for writing, and doing it in a sensory way makes learning more fluid. With this traceable alphabet they will be able to prepare for fine motor development, manual eye coordination, concentration, etc. But they also prepare the body and mind for more complex exercises, such as picking up a pencil, writing, reading, or solving math problems. It comes with a wooden pencil.
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Traceable alphabet

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Traceable alphabet made by hand with beech wood, with the gravure technique. It is aimed at developing literacy and acquiring dexterity in tracing, as well as developing motor skills with the hands. It brings children closer to literacy in a sensory and fun way. In addition, the grooves can be filled with rice, lentils, colored beads, colored sand and anything else your little one can think of. Allow your child to learn by playing and without feeling forced. It is important to prepare all the movements and muscles of the hands of the little ones for writing, and doing it in a sensory way makes learning more fluid. With this set of traceable numbers they can prepare for fine motor development, hand eye coordination, concentration, etc. But they also prepare the body and mind for more complex exercises, such as picking up a pencil, writing, reading, or solving math problems. It comes with a wooden pencil and a clamp, with which items can be placed in the grooves.
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Bees in the hive

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Six bees that vary in color (red, purple, yellow, orange, green, and blue) combine with a beehive to create a realistic beehive environment. It teaches the little ones about bees: their diet, their habitat, their life purpose, etc. With this game the hives can be stacked and invites the children to use the tongs to take each bee to its correct home. Encourages the development of cognitive and fine motor skills, using the tweezers to grasp and sort the bees, match each bee with its corresponding hive, and learn about bee species during free time. Factors for child development: - Eye-hand coordination - Mathematical Reasoning - Concentration - Language and Communication - Creativity - Motor skills
				
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Agathe the cat La Grande Famille

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Agathe is a soft cuddly kitten, and she wants to go home with you now! The texture of this stuffed animal makes it a perfect candidate to be your child's transitional object. The transitional object or object of attachment or comfort is of the utmost importance for children, as it helps them express their emotions freely, reinforces their security and makes them feel loved when they are away from people. What else do you want.

Ideal for:

Newborns onwards

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Newborns onwards

Trust Safety Emotional Intelligence
 

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Alban the toucan stuffed with activities

29,99 
Alban the toucan is sweet, playful and practical, with him the children will awaken their senses thanks to the auditory, visual and tactile activities. Activity or stimulation toys often have many colors, sounds, and textures; since during the first months of life children need stimulation in all their senses, and the elements of these toys help your baby to develop their senses and also their muscles. These toys are key for sensory stimulation (especially if your baby was born prematurely and/or with a special need), train their body coordination, work motor skills, provide security and confidence, among many other benefits.

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Alice plays hide and seek

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Where is Alice, the beautiful little fox? Turned into a puppet, she comes out of the forest to greet you. Look, finger puppets! Simon the hedgehog, the bunny and the baby fox are hiding behind the bushes. Can you find them? Each character has a sound so that you can identify them: sound paper, bell or horn. And now, let's play!

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Sensory est.
 

Premature
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Motor skills
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Premature
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Alice Doctor's Book

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Our dear little fox Alice is an attentive doctor who visits all her patients in the ambulance. She will take care of all the patients: the little pig who fell from the ladder, the bunny and his chickenpox, the bear who has a cold, etc. Do you feel bad too? Place your photo in the book and receive a visit from the doctor. In addition, this book full of new discoveries is accompanied by an Alice puppet. Activity or stimulation toys often have many colors, sounds, and textures; since during the first months of life children need stimulation in all their senses, and the elements of these toys help your baby to develop their senses and also their muscles. These toys are key for sensory stimulation (especially if your baby was born prematurely and/or with a special need), train their body coordination, work motor skills, provide security and confidence, among many other benefits.
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Anais the baby

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Your child can take care of this doll as if it were a real baby. You will be able to change her diaper, dress her, and undress her. You can take it wherever you want and sleep in your carrycot. Stimulates fine motor skills, empathy, and imitation play.