Featuring vintage toys, this book takes you through the making process, giving helpful tips to show how to make toys from the Victorian and Edwardian eras. It contains 15 projects to choose from, including diabolo, yo-yo, skipping rope, spinning tops, quoits and skittles and more complicated toys such as a kaleidoscope, walking cow, dog and pig.
Hand to eye coordination is the control of eye movement and the processing of what we see to guide bodily movement. It is essential throughout life in performing simple everyday tasks like picking up a book from a table as well as performing more complicated tasks like playing ball sports. The toys that promote hand to eye coordination are also key in developing good fine motor skills, essential for core competences such as writing.
A fanstic value for money selection. Included in the specially packaged item wrapped for Christmas, are ....... Pack of ten rawhide bones, Pack of chewing sticks, two sqeaky toys, Large throwing ball, Small throwing tennis ball, Figure of eight rope toy, Rope toy with two tennis balls. A great Christmas gift !
In our everyday lives we are constantly being challenged with problems to solve. If children learn to rise to the challenges and develop a clear and systematic way of tackling them, this will give them a greater sense of self-confidence and boost their self-esteem. These toys encourage children them to think logically and work things out for themselves.