My Busy Book | Book 2
My BusyBook is lovingly designed to develop a variety of cognitive concepts and skills for toddlers who are in different stages of development.
COLOUR & FRUITS: Do you know how to make a fruit popsicle? Which fruits can make a yellow one? How about a rainbow popsicle? Can you name all of these fruits? Can you match the fruits and their shadows?
MIX & MATCH: Can you find the other half of the hot air balloons?
SIZE: There are 3 different sizes of these four animals. Can you tell mama what's the name of these animals and where do they live? Then sort them out based on their size.
NUMBERS: Who loves apples? Mama first picks a number, then ask "what's this number? and can you place the same amount of apples on the tree? Another way of playing: mama can first place some apples on the tree, and ask "how many apples are there?".
TRANSPORTATIONS: Can you sort out all these transportations?
ANIMALS MATCHING: Match the correct skin pattern to each animal. Also, can you name all these animals? Do you know their skin colour? Any pattern on their skin?
SHAPE: Do you know all of these objects? Can you name all of them? Which one looks like a triangle, a square, a circle and a rectangle?
WEATHER: On a hot summer day, do you wear short sleeves shirt or sweater? On a snowy day, would you like to have ice cream or hot chocolate? Sort out these 12 items into the <hot day> and <cold day> boxes.
You and your child start the game by assembling the book.
It will be a quick family DIY project. My Busybook contains one busy book, a few answer sheets, and sets of velcro dots. All answer cards are pre-cut, no scissor, no mess, easy to assemble.
This product has been tested and conforms to the Australia and New Zealand Standard on Safety of Toys (AS/NZS ISO 8241).
- Format: Paperback
- Country of Origin: New Zealand
- Pages: 16
- Dimensions (mm): 285x210x15mm
- Weight: 300g
- Age: 2+
- Special features: coated paper, soy-based ink, laminated waterproof, tear-resistant, rounded edges (no sharp points).
Warning! Children under the age of 3 need to be adequately supervised by adults due to a number of loose components.