Little ones can use the 20 colorful felt pieces to help Teddy get dressed for each occasion in this interactive board book!
Teddy's off to the beach, but first he needs to get ready. Can you help?
With soft felt pieces to place in five different scenes, little ones can help Teddy get dressed for the beach and a costume party, play in the snow, splash in the rain, and snuggle up at bedtime. This interactive experience can encourage children's confidence that they can dress independently. Includes a plastic storage pouch to keep the felt pieces secure and organized.
Don't miss Make Teddy Better, another Funtime Felt book!---from the publisher
10 pages 978-0593310168 Ages 2-5
Keywords: teddy bear, clothing, social situations, interactive book, fun, 2 year old, 3 year old, 4 year old, board book, activities, part of a series
Also in this series: Make Teddy Better; Let's Cook With Teddy
If you are like me, you've been doing a little bit of Facetime these days with the family. It's one of the ways we can be together right now and feel we are keeping everyone safe. It was during one of these Facetime sessions that I got to watch Let's Dress Teddy in action! A 2-year old boy who is dear to my heart was turning each page and searching the scenes. He could open and close the special plastic compartment that is part of the book all by himself. Mastery! Doesn't get better than mastery for a two.
The cool thing was that he needed to look at the scene and figure out and understand what he was looking at. Where was teddy now? Then, he could open up the plastic compartment and find the clothes that were neatly waiting there for him to put on teddy so teddy could be a well dressed bear. We don't want to wear our bathing suit to the wrong place now do we?
Amazing to watch this little guy put it all together in his head and find the right clothes, open the box, close the box, manipulate the clothes - building that dexterity and social awareness while having fun!
So much good learning and a good time in one little package!
Recommended by: Barb Langridge, abookandahug.com