Heuristic Play Set mini - 13 piece introductory set with bagRegular price $32.95
Heuristic play was a term coined by a child psychologist Elinor Goldschmeid in the early 1980's. Heuristic play describes the activity of babies and children as they play with and explore the properties of 'objects'. These 'objects' are things from the real world.
Why is Heuristic play important?
Heuristic play gives children the opportunity to experience an environment where they can develop different ways to be creative and expressive in their handling of a variety of objects. It is an effective way of encouraging children to explore artifacts from our culture and to develop their thinking further.
What are the main principles of heuristic play?
Heuristic play is rooted in young children's natural curiosity. As babies grow, they move beyond being content to simply feel and ponder objects, to wanting to find out what can be done with them. Toddlers have an urge to handle things: to gather, fill, dump, stack, knock down, select and manipulate in other ways.
Included in your introductory set:
• 1 x extra large wooden button
• 1 x wooden peg figure
• 1 x mason jar ring
• 1 x wooden egg
• 1 x egg holder
• 1 x Loofah ring
• 1 x mini salt scoop
• 1 x cupcake mold
• 1 x ribbon unicorn ring/ or silicon spoon*
• 1 x wooden peg
• 1 x shave foam brush
• 1 x silky hanky
. 1 x steel cup/ or fluffy ball*
*stock may vary due to availability
All comes ready to gift in a reusable calico drawstring bag.
Ideal from birth to 3 Years of age this heuristic play set is the perfect gift for babies.
Supports the following areas of learning:
• Visual development
• Cognitive development
• Language development and social interaction
• Encourages listening skills
• Development of fine and gross motor skills
• Encourages hand eye coordination
• Stimulates senses
• Early recognition of colours and shapes
Ideal from birth to 3 years of age under adult supervision.
The items within this set are not sold as toys or teethers, therefore, they must always be used as a sensory aid under adult supervision. Babies should not be allowed to place resources within their mouths.
~Check each item thoroughly before each play session~
General wear and tear may occur over time and items should be discarded if they break or deteriorate.
The object, colour and/or size of items may vary from pictures depending on availability.