North Pole Sensory Kit (3 to 6 years)

North Pole Sensory Kit (3 to 6 years)

30.35$

Availability: 5 in stock

30.35$

Availability: 5 in stock

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Guess
who just moved to the North Pole? Penguin and his daughter! Do you like to
make stories with your little one while playing? Our North Pole sensory kit
comes with two bases – clay and snow.

Sensory play encourages learning through exploration, curiosity,
problem solving and creativity. It helps to build nerve connections in the
brain and encourages the development of language and motor
skills.

Contain: Memory game cards, An iceberg assorted shape, Two
penguins assorted sizes, A seal, Few pompoms assorted, Snow powder, Blue clay
-160g, Acrylic stones, Pebbles, Snowflakes, Sparkly chenille stems, Two mini
ice cubes assorted colors.

Size: 25.4 x 22.8 x 7.6
cm

Materials: Snow powder, clay,
plastic, paper

How To Play: Use a tray/bin to set up
the play. Assemble, dig, scoop with the accessories given. Learn about the
different types of animals found in the cold regions. Play a fun game of
memory with the cards included. Explore the different textures and materials
used.

Care Instructions: Empty snow
powder onto a tray or bin and add around 1-2 cups of water slowly as per
needed to activate the snow powder. Stir with a spoon and fluff it up. Do not
store it covered, it will get moldy. Dry the snow under the sun to return to
its powdery form and store. Add water again to activate it. Always use a mat
underneath and a tray/bin to set up play and help contain the mess. Clean and
pack up the accessories in its designated cover for another day’s play. Do
not get play sand (If present in kit) wet.

Weight 0.25 kg

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