Little Farm Numeracy Quiet Book
Limited Quantity as books are all made with great detail by the loving hands of our Artisans
• 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, basic numeracy, and color matching
• Each book sold sends a girl to school in need
Our busy books empower little ones by helping them practice real-life skills easily translated to real life! Each book contains sensory, literacy, numeracy, problem-solving, and basic math while opening a world of creative play.
Practical skills are frustration-free and fun when your little one practices using our super smart button on an elasticated cord, making it easier for little hands to manipulate. Or perhaps they will try threading the sun to practice those fine motor skills and dexterity, eventually translated to tying shoelaces, doing up their zippers, or snap fasteners. They will be brimming with pride that they can do it themselves!
Children love farms, shops, fruits, and vegetables because it is relatable and makes sense. That's why we have developed this super cute numeracy book around things in their world to help them make sense of numbers and love them as much as we do!
On the front page is an adorable little farmer with her cow and a threadable sun to help with fine motor skills and dexterity.
Open it up to discover a gorgeous orchard full of fruits and vegetables. Teach your little all about where their fruits and vegetables are from and inspire them with this magnificent orchard. Sort the vegetables by where they come from, their name, or color; the possibilities are endless.
Turn the next page to discover a fruit truck with removable wheels. Let your little one flex their fine motor skills by buttoning and unbuttoning the wheel on an elasticated cord, eventually translating to buttoning, empowering them to button their clothes! Pull a number from the clock adjacent and place it on the window of the truck and ask your little one to pluck the vegetables or fruit from the garden. The best part is that when the child pulls the fruits themselves, they learn by understanding what numbers actually represents. Incorporate various concepts by asking your little to pluck two vegetables, or two fruits or two red fruits – you can have lots of fun with this one. As they progress, you can make things more challenging by pulling out the subtraction, addition and multiplication to make simple equations! Ask them to pluck two strawberries and two pears from the orchard. Put the addition symbol in between the fruits and the equals at the end. Then, request them to pick a number from the clock which corresponds to the total number of fruits. Flip the equation around; for example, use numbers on the left side and ask them to use vegetables to count out the answer. Using multiple approaches solidifies the mathematical concept, making the child have an early grasp of math. Your little one can use the clock by simply using the arrows to point to numbers, or you can teach your little one to tell the time! There are bonus seasons hidden in the clock too!
Turn over the page and have your little one discover a full shop, complete with checkout and market vendor! Remove the cart and have the farmer doll from the front of the book to buy products from the store. This is a fantastic free play opportunity, or you can introduce the bonus $ to assign value to the goods in the store. Tell your little ones that everything in the store is $1, then ask them to purchase something. Alternatively, you can remove all the products from the book and play shop with your little one. On the final page is a cute arcade game. The front of the arcade game is a color matching game; move the buttons to the corresponding shape. Discuss the geometric shapes they are matching with. Open the arcade and discover a fishing rod and lots of fun prizes – this game requires lots of fine motor skills and concentration, and it is a fun one.
As a bonus, we have added a memory game! This is fun fuel for those neurons! We have included velcro on the back of the bonus dollars – use it to attach the doubles of different products to play a really fun memory game. Turn the dollars back over and match the pairs. This is an excellent game for memory retention, concentration, and building those neuronal circuits – plus, isn't it fun to play together – we think so!