Ahh… they’re finally mobile. You’ve made an emergency trip to the baby store for door latches and suddenly everything in your house is fair game. You spend most of your time exclaiming ‘WHAT’S IN YOUR MOUTH??’ and panicking that you never disposed of the cockroach poison you bought 12 years ago. While the ‘newly mobile’ stage is an exciting one, it’s definitely exhausting!
Keep them away from the knife drawer while encouraging their minds to grow with the ‘TABY’ deck. Each play idea/activity engages active little ones in new and challenging ways, while helping to develop concentration, fine and gross motor skills, social and emotional skills, and cognitive skills.
Recommended for children aged between 1-2 years old. All activities must be done under adult supervision.
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This deck includes:
• 24 inspired play cards
• 1 instruction card
• A sliding draw box with easy-to-pull ribbon
Like all our cards, on the back you will find:
• Teacher talk: a quick list of developmental areas the activity focuses on
• Switch it up: ways to change the activity based on different needs
• Hot tips: little tricks to make it a success (think clean up ideas, safety advice, alternative resources to use)
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Must have for any play enthusiast!
We absolutely love our cards! They are so simple and easy to use! I recently had baby no2 and these have been incredible for easy ideas to keep my 2.5yo happy! Completely takes the brain power out of coming up with new ideas and 90% of the ideas are just using things we already have in the cupboard!
Easy and inclusive for toddlers!
The Taby cards have been in our lives for only a short time but we’ve already played our way through lots of the simple and easy to setup activities. I’ve been able to give my twins the choice of what activity to try as all of them are simple enough and have resources we have at home already. A must have during lockdown and for tired parents looking for quick activity ideas.