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Animal Finger Puppets (set of 10)

Brand: Squoodles


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Animal Finger Puppets allow your child to have fun with creative and imaginative play!

With ten animal to each set, there is enjoyment for everyone.


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Animal Finger Puppet

Allow your child to have fun with creative and imaginative play with their own set of 10 Animal Finger Puppets!


Packed in a set of ten, kids will enjoy making up stories with these little guys.


Each set of ten consists of an elephant, rabbit, bear, cow, mouse, panda, frog, duck, koala and dog.

Each animal has little hands and feet and measures approx 4.5 x 4.5 x 7cm (L x W x H).

The detail is excellent, with them being made of plush material, the head is stuffed, and has embroidered features and little beads for their eyes.

There is also a little piece of elastic inside to hold the puppet securely on their fingers.


With these Animal Finger Puppets, kids will have fun for hours!


Hand & Finger Puppets are an ideal springboard for developing speaking and listening skills.
Children often communicate more easily with puppets, giving them confidence to express their ideas and feelings.
Shy children can become acquainted with others through the roles they take on.
Children are free to try on new personalities and take them off again, with a puppet on their hand, broadening their own in the process.
Scary animal hand and finger puppets like lions and sharks or shy ones such as a tortoise can help children master uncomfortable feelings.
Puppet play provides an opportunity to gain some control over their world by working out fears and frustrations.

Hand and Finger Puppet play helps young children develop creative skills by forcing them to use their imaginations. They make up the roles, the rules, the situations and the solutions.
It is through imaginative play that children come to understand the differences between fantasy andΒ reality.
The real world becomes more real to children who have opportunities to pretend.