A wonderful sensory learning tool or Occupational Therapy activity to work on fine motor skills.
Oral communication skills and auditory development:
Telling a story with dolls increases a child’s oral communication skills. They are narrating what they see and hear. They have the opportunity to use new words and try them out in different situations. When children tell stories through pretend play, they hear spoken language which helps them make a connection between the spoken and written language. This connection aids in early reading skills.
This cute little boy felt doll comes with space suit and pants, shirt and shoes. Manipulating the doll provides practice with fine motor skills, especially when changing their clothes.
The doll and clothes are made out of felt and embroidered. A wonderful 2-page, 5×7 addition to your little one’s activity book. Shop our favorite sensory quiet book, handmade with love in the USA. Thanks for supporting women-owned, small businesses when you shop at The Sensory Site.