Insert fingers into wooden puppets to experiment with letters and form words
Merging puppetry with the alphabet is a simple yet thrilling way to read, form words and keep children interested. They begin experimenting by 'wearing' different finger puppets to see what words can be formed. That's what gives this toy a universal appeal. Parents and children can both play various games by simply slipping on these finger puppets!
Playing with this toy improves children's memory of word association and overall reading and pre-writing skills. This toy stimulates children's physical actions and helps them hone fine motor skills of their small but delicate fingers. Most importantly it encourages social activity where the child engages with a friend or a parent while playing.
Once children are done with this toy, they are ready to learn and make longer word formations through word games (See How)
Set includes 12 wooden finger puppets with vowels and consonants printed on 4 sides, detailed instruction manual all packed in an attractive Skola Doodle Box.
Size of Each Finger Puppet: 10 cm x 2.5 x 2.5 cm
Take one puppet and place it facing upwards to be able to see the letter. Say the sound of the letter and ask the child to find another puppet with the same letter. Put both puppets on separate fingers and say the sound of the letter, like “d” and “d” (in Hindi).