The Noisy Farmyard Rag Book
Moo, Baa, Cluck!
All the animals of the farmyard are illustrated in this colourfully retro inspired rag book.
12 different farm animals all causing a racket, with each sound written out!
Screen printed onto 100% cotton, and finished with a retro style pinking sheared edge, these little books are the perfect gift for any little one developing their social and colour recognition skills.
Presented in a beautiful gift box with lid
Suitable from birth.
Product size: 16 x 1 x 16cm
Learn to see
Children learn to speak by learning to see. Each object on the page has a name. It can be pointed to and given a name. Differentiating between one thing and another (not so easy for a baby!) is called visual discrimination and it's an essential skill.
Educators call it 'concepts of print'. It's the understanding that books convey meaning, that there is a right way to hold a book and that pages turn from left to right. Children must learn all this long before they encounter the alphabet. And cloth books are the perfect place to start.
A sensory treat
A picture tells a thousand words but a sensory experience is worth a million. What does 'furry' mean to a 6-month-old? But stroking an eskimo's hood...? Now you really understand.