22nd Aug 2019
With strong mighty tusks, a flowing trunk and impossibly big ears, this small elephant family would be a fantastic way for little ones to learn about these majestic creatures or even just have a play. Let Mum and her two babies take you on a journey of discovery through the African plains - learning about habitats, families and how they eat with their mammoth trunks along the way. Beautifully detailed and realistic - just a bit smaller - this family is tough enough to survive long journeys with even the smallest of hands. Why not pair them with our other small animal families and go on a real jungle adventure! This elephant family gives children so much opportunity to discover and explore what it's like to live in the wild. Look at their habitat and how they forage for food or explore why people say they are the real kings of the jungle! Children can use the family as objects for counting or even comparing size and weight, a superb way to make maths fun! Older children could use them as a stimulus for writing, make their own take on Nelly the elephant or simply a new story.
These 3 elephant play figures are sure to grab attention with hyper-realistic details your kids will adore the sense of wonder they create.
NURSERY TEACHER APPROVED
Made with non-toxic child-friendly materials and paint making these elephant strong, safe and most importantly fun!
Extremely textured and bumpy and are great for sensory and visual stimulation for children of all ages.
This elephant family gives children so much opportunity to discover and explore what it's like to live in the wild. Look at their habitat and how they forage for food or explore why people say they are the real kings of the jungle!
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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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