Little Abacus Quiet Book Mini
LITTLE ABACUS WAS SO POPULAR IT SOLD OUT IN DAYS!
PREORDER YOURS AND WE'LL DELIVER BEFORE CHRISTMAS
ALL PREORDERS WILL BE SHIPPED WITH A 3-4 DAY COURIER TURNAROUND (North America ONLY) ON THE 8TH DECEMBER TO ENSURE SANTA DELIVERS BEFORE CHRISTMAS!!
• Made of high-quality cotton blend and OEKO-TEX® felt fabric
• Handmade and Heirloom quality - 100% sewn cloth book
• Lightweight & portable
• Creative play and practical skills
• Problem solving, fine motor skills, basic numeracy, sequencing, and color matching
• Each book sold sends a girl to school in need
Due to the massively popular Little Abacus, we created a mini version! We are introducing your complete mini counting book with magnetic geometric fishing, sequencing, fine motor skill games, which grow with your child!!
ONE, TWO, THREE...
On the front page, you will discover one balloon, two legs that move and pull, and three nesting flowers in shape order (small, medium, and large).
Open up to discover a super cute hippo with a zipper. Children can start learning through doing, count into the hippo's mouth, 1, 2, 3, and 4.
Turn to the next page and find five different geometric-shaped fish, and they're also different colors! Switch up the mode of play, fish by color, fish by shape, fish by the number of sides, fish by the number of corners!!
Turn over the page and find an adorable peekaboo mirror with six segments. Mirrors are an excellent aid for recognizing and understanding emotion, for naming different anatomical features (point to your nose, pull your ears), and for creative play!
The following page has an adorable little chick finger puppet! Little ones can use their fine motor skills to animate the little chick, or parents can use it as a story aid! Take the chickie out and find an adorable seven-piece pull-able rainbow. When they are little, introduce colors: pull green, pull yellow. As they get older, try some simple math, pull them all off, ask them to count them on, or keep two on one side, two on the other, and count to make 4. Remove one, and how many are left?
Next is a super cute fold-out truck with eight different colored candy. Count in one green, two green. As your little one gets older, try sequencing: Place a pink, then a green, then a pink candy. Ask what's next in the sequence? Place two pink, then two green, and then ask the next in the sequence!
On the back page, we have a super fun button under the mesh game! Our nine buttons glide around the maze, and it is excellent for fine motor skills! Ask little ones to move different colors into the center. Play against your little one and try and get your color into the center first!
Finally, there is a threading flower with ten petals.