COGNITIVE SKILLS - PERCEPTION - GROSS AND FINE MOTOR SKILLS - HAND-EYE COORDINATION - MOVEMENT COORDINATION
Suitable for childcare settings and therapy.
Suggestions for play:
Which direction are we steering in? To the RIGHT or to the LEFT? While steering the tractor the child is learning to differentiate between directions through play. The act of steering develops movement coordination as the child has to walk, think, and steer all at the same time. The steering column enables the tractor to be steered away from the vehicle. THE STEERING WHEEL IS ON A POLE ATTACHED TO THE TRACTOR. Technical concepts are also explored, recognised and understood through this simple mechanism. And children really enjoy playing with the innovative wooden tractor. Very robust construction, made from solid beech and birch plywood.
Size approx. 27 x 15 x 18 cm without the pole
Idea/Product Development: Manuela Uhl
Design: Daniel Fischer