Little ones love to stack (and unstack!) so why not visit the fox in the forest and create your own woodlands theme while learning some colors, directional and size words and objects. It’s smart to provide stimulating toys for independent play but when parents join the play, the language level is elevated. Here’s a toy loaded with fun and opportunities for parents and caregivers to talk about colors, animals, bottom/middle/top, first/next/ last, 1-2-3, and on/off. The little fox block can play independently as it climbs the tree or munches on the mushroom. This tiny triangle of fun has lots of learning potential in it as well as loads of fun!
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Erika O. Cardamone, MS, CCC-SLP