The Ball Game for Our Very Little Ones.
GRIPPING – ROLLING – BUILDING – LAYING – DIFFERENTIATING AND LEARNING COLOURS.
To play alone, in pairs or in a group.
37 big wooden balls, 50 mm in diameter, in the colours of the rainbow – six balls each in the colours red, orange, yellow, light-green, light-blue and purple and one ball in dark-blue.
One blue cloth bag.
The Ball Game has two boards – a GREEN one and a BLUE one – with a different arrangement of holes for the balls. The GREEN play surface allows us to PLAY SPATIALLY as well. The smallest structure is a pyramid consisting of four balls. Building with balls is especially suitable for developing motor activity. The BLUE play surface is especially suitable for LAYING. Let’s distinguish between different colours and sort them. Let’s put the balls down on the play surface with all colours in a jumble. Or we can use a single colour in one row – crosswise, lengthwise or diagonally. Or we can form imaginative patterns and re-create patterns from our templates in the booklet.
Running around each board is a groove in which the balls can roll. During the game, the balls may be kept in the groove as well. Thanks to their size these balls in variegated colours are especially appealing even to babies and inspire them to grip, touch and hold on tight.
The Ball Game for Our Very Little Ones as a BALL RUN: You can drop the balls into the four big holes on the play surface. The balls will disappear inside. Only when the plug on the side is opened will the balls come out again one after the other all by themselves.
Dimensions: circa 640 x 640 x 100 mm.
Design: Ursula Wünsch