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Seesaw - Balance Board

67,00 VAT included
Emmi Pikler defended that babies, to develop their full potential, only need space, freedom of movement and comfortable clothing. Pikler assumes that children are capable of taking the appropriate evolutionary steps at the moment they are ready, without the need to force them or try to speed them up. When this happens, babies learn to know themselves and their development is much more harmonious and adequate. Based on the Pikler pedagogy, we bring this seesaw, which offers many possibilities for play and motor development. If children get on top, you can practice balancing and rocking. If the seesaw is placed upside down, it can serve as a bridge to go under or to climb over. In addition, it presents many possibilities at the level of symbolic play. It can be a crib, a counter, a bridge, a castle, the doll's house, etc. Discover various ways of balancing yourself! This toy comes with a curved plywood board and rope that can help children learn to balance by standing, sitting, and rocking back and forth. Excellent for developing physical strength and body control.
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Animal Mirrors: Sheep

17,00 VAT included
There I am? These unbreakable mirror sheets, made of plastic, help the little ones in facial expression and self-knowledge. With its sheep shape, it is an ideal complement in the decoration of your room, but it will also help you with other dynamics, since it allows it to bend and create distorted reflections or it can be a fantastic canvas where to get its best smile from the sheep. These mirrors are also very suitable for developing spatial orientation and for motor development and balance through postural activities.
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Plastic Mirror Stars

10,00 VAT included
These star-shaped mirror sheets help little ones with facial expression and self-awareness. Their small size (12cm in diameter) allows them to be easily manipulated, folded to create concave or convex reflections, or simply decorated. The set consists of 10 stars, so they can combine different activities or glue them together and create different mirror sequences that they can play with.