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Hope the Rainbow Husky
3-8
YEARS

Hope the Rainbow Husky

Developmental Benefits

Discovery Exploration
Discovery Exploration
Independent Play
Independent Play

Developmental Benefits

Hope the Rainbow Husky

Discovery Exploration
  • Heightens curiosity and encourages exploration.
  • Even young babies love to learn about the world through exploration. Kicking and waving their arms while lying in their cot can lead them to discover that a kick can make a banging sound. Exploration and play are closely linked in infants where, for example, discovering that a toy makes a noise leads to infants repeating the action that made the noise. Babies learn a great deal through repetition. Once babies are either crawling or walking their mobility gives them more opportunities to explore their world.
    Babies need to satisfy their curiosity about an object or toy by approaching and handling it. Adults can influence an infant’s confidence about the world by encouraging and smiling at them when they approach an unfamiliar object or toy. Babies can show uncertainty about a new toy and in order for them to confidently explore and discover it they need the emotional reassurance from their parent or caregiver. The confidence to explore and discover new things develops during infancy and creates a healthy curiousity about the world throughout childhood.
Independent Play
  • Games and voice prompts allow children to control the pace.
  • Early play in infants tends to be solitary or takes place alongside other children. Young children learn how to interact with other children through play but they can also explore and learn independently. The initial play experience for infants is when they begin to explore through moving and acting upon the world. Many toys offer infants the opportunity to learn more about their world. Young children will sometimes act out some aspect of their lives e.g. going to the shops and then they involve their toys in these activities. These young children are playing independently but they are also reinforcing their understanding of the social world by acting out scenarios.
    Young children can consolidate their existing skills by repeating actions whilst playing a game. Learning to play independently has its benefits, for instance, children using an educational game can control their own pace. Children sometimes choose to work independently in order to build up their confidence. Toys and computer games that facilitate independent activity at the right level for the child enhance problem solving skills and increase hand and eye coordination. Although cooperative play increases during childhood, children still spend the equivalent amount of time in solitary or independent play.
Best for ages:
3 to 8 Years
Highlights
Translate Hope’s barks through her magic stethoscope! Hold it to her chest to understand what she needs you to do! Use her accessories to make sure she gets what she needs.
Description
Meet Hope, she’s a beautiful Rainbow Husky and she’s hoping to be your best friend! Hope has a lot to say, but her barks will need translating through her magic stethoscope! Just hold it to her chest so you can understand what it is she wants or needs you to do! Hope talks, moves and makes lots of different sounds to show you if she’s hungry, has a cold or fever, has hurt her leg or feels itchy. Use her fun accessories; syringe, thermometer, bone treat & recovery collar along with 7 buttons and sensors to make sure she gets what she needs. Introduces health tips, medical tools & encourages nurturing play.

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