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Snow Globe Le Voyage d'Olga

12,90 
How calm Chaussette, the fox, has as he watches the snow fall on his nose and also on his tail! Your child will have fun turning this snowball over and over again, dreaming of going out to play in the snow; But bring a little scarf, it's very cold out there, brrrr !.

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+3 years

Creativity Curiosity Observation Calm
 

ASD ADHD Down syndrome
 

Waldorf
Reggio E.
 

+3 years

Creativity Curiosity Observation Calm
 

ASD ADHD Down syndrome
 

Waldorf
Reggio E.
 

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Snowball Les Mustaches

12,90 
Lulu is one of the Dandy cats of the Los Mustache gang. Inside the snow globe, he is seen smiling happily as he watches the snow fall and prepares food with his friend the owl. Your child will have fun turning this snowball over and over again, dreaming of going out to play in the snow and guessing what Lulu makes ... yummy, yummy!

Ideal for:

+3 years

Creativity Curiosity Observation Calm
 

ASD ADHD Down syndrome
 

Waldorf
Reggio E.
 

+3 years

Creativity Curiosity Observation Calm
 

ASD ADHD Down syndrome
 

Waldorf
Reggio E.
 

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Les Petits Dodos Snowball

12,90 
The little bunny from "Petits Dodos" is very warm in his scarf, walking through the snow; while he closes his eyes tenderly to feel the snow fall on his face. Your child will have fun turning this snowball over and over again, dreaming of going out to play in the snow.

Ideal for:

+3 years

Creativity Curiosity Observation Calm
 

ASD ADHD Down syndrome
 

Waldorf
Reggio E.
 

+3 years

Creativity Curiosity Observation Calm
 

ASD ADHD Down syndrome
 

Waldorf
Reggio E.
 

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Sous mon Baobab snowball

12,90 
Inside this beautiful snow globe we have the lion Paprika, who enjoys the snow surrounded by birds and plants. That must be great! Your child will have fun turning this snowball over and over again, dreaming of going out to play in the snow; and maybe, find a little bird to accompany you like Paprika !.

Ideal for:

+3 years

Creativity Curiosity Observation Calm
 

ASD ADHD Down syndrome
 

Waldorf
Reggio E.
 

+3 years

Creativity Curiosity Observation Calm
 

ASD ADHD Down syndrome
 

Waldorf
Reggio E.
 

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Traffic signs bag

13,60 
This set of traffic signs is used for children to learn the different basic traffic signs through symbolic games and begin to learn about road safety education. Symbolic play encourages imagination and creativity, encourages the learning of new behaviors, promotes the acquisition of social skills and competencies such as teamwork, cooperation, negotiation, empathy, and allows the acquisition of new vocabulary. This kit comes with a cloth bag to store the signs. In addition, for children with special needs, this kit is extremely useful to anticipate what happens when they walk around the city.
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Play to learn, Natalia Gullón

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Wawa's philosophy is to learn through play and art, because as Natalia Gullón says: "The game is part of learning, it makes it more fun, motivating and lasting." Natalia Gullón has a degree in pedagogy from the University of Oviedo, an expert in psychomotricity. Specialist in psychoeducational interventions and family counseling for students with specific educational support needs. Trainer of courses on play and learning and also a mother since 2017. We bring you her book "Play to learn" where you can find different proposals to work on motor skills, literacy, mathematics, sensory stimulation, and a final chapter with various activities to deal with colors, time, hygiene, etc. In addition, it comes with a list of the necessary materials, the areas that are worked on and a step-by-step explanation of how to make and apply them with the little ones at home. With "Play to Learn" Natalia proposes that game time be a means of learning for the little ones; using what they like best to learn concepts, develop their motor skills, encourage cooperation, encourage their creative spirit and help them enjoy while they learn. We can all learn by playing. It is a wonderful book that you cannot miss at home!!

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All ages

Motor skills 
Literacy.
Sensory est.
 

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Game theory
 

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Literacy.
Sensory est.
 

TEA TDA TA S.Down
 

Game theory
 

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Translucent colored pieces and laces

114,95 
Game box with more than 630 translucent acrylic figures and colored cords. It's ideal for use on a light board or table for early investigation and exploration of color, shape, pattern, counting and sorting, fine motor skills, construction, and creative play. Includes a handy storage container and activity guide. The set includes: - 40 translucent colored blocks in 5 colours: 10 rectangular prisms, 5 bridges, 5 cylinders, 10 cubes and 10 triangular prisms. - 90 translucent modular blocks in 6 colors: 48 square blocks, 24 rectangular blocks, 12 curved blocks, 6 triangular blocks. - 72 stackable translucent buttons in 6 colors: 18 each of circles, squares, stars and hexagons. Approximately 45mm in diameter. - 108 Translucent Jumbo Lacing Beads in 6 Colors: 3 each of 6 different shapes in each color. Largest bead: 30mm in diameter. - 300 stackable translucent counters in 6 colours: 50 in each colour. 20mm diameter. - 24 laces. Length: 600mm. Supports the following learning areas: • Understanding the World: Color • Physical Development: Motor Skills • Math: Counting and Sorting • Math: Shape and Space • Personal Development: Collaborative Play