HEARING – COMMUNICATION – LEARNING COLOURS
6 pairs of musical dolls (height circa 75 mm) in the colours of the rainbow - in a cloth bag with product instructions.
The same colour – the same sound. Light colour – high-pitched, quiet sound; dark colour – low-pitched, loud sound.
Play variant 1:
Each pair of figures has the same sound, which is made by SHAKING them. CONCENTRATION and accurate listening skills are required in order to hear even the quietest sounds. This game is best played when the child cannot see the musical dolls, e.g. they are blindfolded. A correct pair of sounds is identified if the two musical dolls are the SAME COLOUR.
Play variant 2:
The child is not shown the musical dolls. An adult, another child, or the child itself shakes the musical dolls – one after the other. The child recognises the colour by its sound and calls it out. The child can see for itself straight away whether the identification is correct or not.
Design: Katharina Scheithauer
Idea: Barbara Seidler