Put your imagination to work as you layer simple felt shapes and wiggly eYES onto a child-sized felt board.
Perfect for preschoolers, this open-ended activity will reinforce color and shape recognition, fine motor skills, patterning and creative thinking.
No mess and great for travel, this felt board includes a neat and tidy storage bag.
For Ages: 3-6
WARNING: Choking Hazard - Small Parts. Not for children under 3 years.
- Faber-Castell USA
- Publication date:
- Age Range:
- 3 - 6 Months
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I bought this for my 2 year old twins because I was planning on making them a felt board. Thought this would be a good introduction which it is. It says recommended for ages 3 and up, but there is nothing about a felt board that can't be used by younger children--except small parts. So,we have used it only with the larger pieces. I like that it is easy to clean up and portable. The only suggestions that I have would be to add some brighter colors, but that is personal preference. I would also recommend that there is an option to purchase an extra board without shapes. This would be good so kids and their friends could use the pieces together--there are enough for a second board, plus we are planning on making some of our own including letters. The board can potentially be crushed if stepped on so be careful with younger kids who leave their toys around. If it was made of a heavier material, it would make it too heavy to be portable. I am a picky person, so 4 stars is an excellent recommendation from me.
We bought this for my 2 year old and she loves it. She will play with this on her own or with me. I like the fact that it is portable, tactile, encourages creativity and imagination. The fact that it all can be contained in one nice, thin folder/book makes taking this with us in the car or on trip easy.
The colors and shapes looked promising. Very bright and a good size. Unfortunately the shapes would not stick to the board. They'd move with the slightest touch, and this destroyed the play value of the toy.