22nd Aug 2019
Crane your long necks over here and meet our small giraffe family. There's mum, dad and even baby too! These fantastically detailed and colourful animals make the perfect addition to your wild animal collection - a brilliant toy to have a play with and a superb way for your young ones to learn all about different habitats in the wild. You could discuss conservation with children and how these beautiful animals survive in the wild or even observe the patterns on their bodies. Perfect for the younger ones to use as counting tools or simply explore why they have such long necks, this family of animals will make learning and play fun.
SMALL & ULTRA REALISTIC
These fabulously detailed Giraffe safari animal figures are sure to grab attention and your kids will adore the sense of wonder they create.
NURSERY TEACHER APPROVED
Made with non-toxic child-friendly materials and paint making them strong, safe and most importantly fun!
Extremely textured and bumpy and are great for sensory and visual stimulation for children of all ages.
Play and learning combine with this 3 piece giraffe family set. Children may begin to introduce a storyline or narrative to their play; building stories around toys and working collaboratively with other children to act out their ideas A
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How does this resource support the curriculum?
Understanding the World – Children may play with small world characters to investigate their environment noticing similarities, differences and details. Children may make observations of animals and find out about similarities and differences between familiar animals.
Expressive Arts and Design – Children may begin to introduce a story line or narrative to their play; building stories around toys and working collaboratively with other children to act out their ideas.
Traditional Tales, Continuous Provision, Story Telling, Imaginative Writing
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