Can-do, will-do, do-it-yourself kids
Give your DIY child their very own toolbox. It’s hard to find a child who doesn’t love play tools. The tools invite conversation about different shapes and constructions – and who doesn’t wish they had learnt about nails, screws and bolts at an early age?
Let the kids get involved with their very own tools while mum puts up shelves or builds a playhouse and dad battles with spirit levels and tape measures. The child trains their dexterity and expands their knowledge of various tools. Is it a pair of pliers or a wrench? The toolbox can be carried around and be part of imaginative outdoor play when the weather allows it.
For example, draw a house with the ruler and mark dots around the paper. Have the child use the screwdriver to hit the dots, therefore practicing hand-eye coordination. Grab the pliers and let your little crafter pick their toys up off the floor around the house. The perfect way to get kids involved with the Sunday cleaning!
- Trains hand-eye coordination.
- Trains dexterity.
- Trains numbers.
- Trains math skills.