Animals at Home
We encourage children to read, we create themed playsets!
Stories are the cornerstone of our playsets. We want to deepen the mutual relationship of parents and their children through playtime and communication.
Ed, Meda and their pets
*** Ed spends most of his time observing various animals and insects. He also goes on expeditions far out of town and always brings something home. ***
This is just a short description taken from the story of Ed, Meda, and their pets. Children are natural explorers and researchers. The innate curiosity and desire to learn something new is omnipresent. Children can read the whole story in the enclosed book.
When it comes to storytelling, it is vital to listen carefully first, then stop and reflect. This allows children to come up with some ideas and play. That's why each story finishes with questions and tasks to do, e.g.: "What does a lab look like?" or "Have you ever done an experiment?"
Fine motor skills and imagination development
When playing with our products, children focus better, learn how to be more patient, boost their imagination and develop fine motor skills. We help parents (and/or grandparents) to connect with their children through games and storytelling.
What do you have to do?
First, reach for the cotton floor plan. It's a template suitable even for the youngest and least experienced builders. The paper instructions then serve as an inspiration for creating the background of the story. The most creative minds can use just their own imagination and building blocks.
Once you have finished the construction, fill in the place with objects and characters, and make it look nice. Each story has its own picture domino characters. This playset contains the characters of Ed, his sister Meda, Lambert the parrot, Laura the cat, Roy the guinea pig, a caterpillar, snail, gopher, turtle, tadpoles, tiny creepy crawlies, a microscope, aquarium and lab.
The package also includes a cut-out worksheet that will make the interior unique. Children will boost their creativity and develop scissors skills.