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MY FIRST FUN FELT SHAPES*

$19.99
4 in stock
Curbside Pickup Available or home delivery on in-town orders*

Recommended for ages 3 to 6 years

 

Perfect for preschoolers, My First Fun Felt Shapes is an open ended activity that will reinforce patterning and creative thinking. Creativity For Kids is known for their creative products that help develop fine motor skills, foster imaginative play and teach shapes and colors. No mess and great for travel, this felt board includes a neat and tidy storage bag. 
 
  • Felt board set for toddlers - see your child's imagination come to life as they layer simple felt shapes and wiggly eyes onto a child-sized felt story board. This felt board makes a great gift for kids ages 3+
  • No mess and travel friendly toy: perfect for airplane travel, This felt board includes a neat and tidy storage bag to keep all your felt pieces organized. Create your own story or design with this imaginative pretend play set
  • 100+ piece felt board set: includes 100+ pieces of felt, a portable felt board and wiggly eyes that can be used to create felt pictures again and again. Enjoy sensory and imaginative play with this complete felt board set
  • Learning toys for toddlers - your child will learn basic colors, shapes, patterns, and size relationships – Important building blocks for pre-reading and beginning math skills. Arranging the shapes will help foster fine motor skills and creative thinking
  • Creativity for little kids: since 1976, Creativity for Kids has proudly created products designed to provide fun and creative experiences today to nurture children’s confidence for life
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