The small BusyHouse was made using the Montessori method. A variety of African animals will definitely attract the attention of a little explorer. Together with them, the baby will learn to tie shoelaces, learn about animal habitats and even feed a hippopotamus
The elements on the house are designed to develop fine motor skills, coordination, logic and perseverance. A great gift for a baby's first year or for their first introduction to bodyboards
Next we tell you about each wall of the Safari house
Side 1. Doors
Small doors lead inside the house where the baby can hide his toys. The doors are closed with several locks. There is a wooden hook on top, a gear on the bottom. After twisting it, the lock moves to the side. There are bright beads scattered inside the round element that will definitely attract the child’s attention. A soft rubber band is put on the circle
Side 2. Animal maze
Cute African animals want to get together! To help them with this, the baby needs to move the animals through the maze. This is a good exercise for developing logic, coordination, and imagination. You can imagine them playing together or communicating, which will attract the child even more to this element.
The animals are sanded by hand, so all the edges of the elements are perfectly smooth
Side 3. Giraffe
The giraffe has a pocket on its tummy with a button. The fabric is very soft and stretches easily. Beads are attached as spots on the giraffe's neck. The sun is made in the form of a round element with sequins inside. By rotating it, the sequins will scatter, which will attract the attention of every child.
A car with a tourist is “driving” next to the giraffe. The car door is locked. To open it, a key with an elastic band hangs on the palm tree. Having opened the door for them, the child will see a transparent wall on which a tourist is drawn.
Side 4. Hippopotamus and Chameleon
A fabric with sequins is attached to the hippo's tummy. If you swipe your finger up, the sequins will change color.
A hippo on the river catches fish. To help him, you need to put rubber bands on the fish nearby. The elastic bands are made of soft fabric, pleasant to the touch.
There is a zipper attached under the hippopotamus, which will teach your baby an important skill - fastening zippers on clothes and shoes.
At the top of the wall there is an unusual element - 4 rotating plates. There is a chameleon on one side and a snake on the other side. The baby can rotate the signs, changing the design on them. An exercise for developing fine motor skills and logic: how to rotate a sign so that the drawing becomes solid.
Roof 1. Plug and animals
At the very top of the house there is a wooden plug.
Various African animals are painted on the wooden elements. They are attached with Velcro on the back side, as well as with soft elastic bands in the middle of the wall.
Each animal has its own place. The child needs to consolidate the elements according to their logic. For example: an elephant pours water on itself from its trunk, which means it needs to be placed on a lake.
To help the child. Each element has its own color. The area with rubber bands is painted specifically for them. For example: a zebra stands in a light green clearing. This means you need to find a clearing of the same color on the roof of the house
This game will not only introduce the child to various animals from the savannah, but will also be a good exercise for logic and motor skills.
Roof 2. Switch
The switch is made in the shape of a toucan. He turns on the lights inside the house. For the backlight to light up, you need to press the circle and hold it and turn it clockwise. On the mountain nearby there is a small mirror made of unbreakable film. There are AAA batteries underneath. Thanks to them, the backlight works. Instructions for replacing them are included with the house.
The lacing on the house will help your child learn to tie his shoelaces. Also, this is a good exercise for fine motor skills of the fingers.
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