Using large colored buttons, toddlers can compose beautiful mosaics with FantaColor Baby. According to developmental experts, manual dexterity is directly tied to cognitive development. That’s why it’s essential to be proactive in encouraging your baby’s and toddler’s fine motor skills. FantaColor Baby makes it fun and easy. Your child will place the easy-to-grasp buttons on the correct knobs using FantaColor Baby’s giant buttons and one of six paper templates. The buttons slide on easily and reinforce your child’s ability to release an object voluntarily. The buttons come in three muted matte colors. Made in Italy, FantaColor Baby stimulates creativity, visual perception, matching, fine motor skills, and color discrimination as well as developing dexterity in fine movements and manipulation.
Put a card overlay on the Fantacolor Baby board.
Model adding the colorful pieces to the board.
Let him add the last few increasing the difficulty slowly until he can finish a whole picture himself and even find his own pieces!
It will be entirely appropriate for beginners to start with only a few buttons and quit for the day. Circle back to Fantacolor Baby over multiple days until he’s completed each assignment.
With FantaColor Baby they make beautiful mosaics. The tablet is equipped with special caps in which to insert the buttons with ease but also with a perfect seal.
FantaColor Baby - Create wonderful mosaics with buttons in 3 different colours and 3 different shapes. The transparent board has holes where the buttons are inserted. The buttons are very easy to put in, but stay perfectly in position. Cards with the images to be reproduced are placed on the back, stimulating visual perception. The side of the board is shaped into a handle, making it easy to carry around, but also original and stylish.
1 Transparent Board
24 large pegs in 3 shapes and colors
Fine Motor Skills
Manufacturer's Information Manufacturer: Quercetti Age Recommendation: 18 months - 4 Grade Recommendation: Tiny Tots-PreK Faith-Based: No Consumable: No Lessons/Projects: 8 Piece Count: 33