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Educational play; Mobility skill building and quick reflex fun!

  • Written by Cara Barilla Educational Columnist and journalist

AUSTRALIAN Childrens Product Reviews

The home setting of education and play time that many parents find difficult to grasp in today’s society truly comes from ones self-exploration of true quality product knowledge and how to practice balance in your home. What has brought to many Australians attention is the latest child’s play mobility skill building game which has recently grasped some excellent groundbreaking playful experiences as a new and innovative product. This interactive and problem solving educational product has come in a new level of demand.

Dispositions of giggles, curiosity and hand-eye coordination has truly been depicted here as a level of enthusiasm and wanting more from both child and parent! “Sherlock the dog” the new product of Hide and Seek with your child and friends.

Sherlock Hide and Seek Puppy inspires your children to maintain cognitive progression and is great a mood setting for mind and active development.

This toy can be played with more than one person at a time, whether you are at home, at a friends house or in the backyard!

 

The main motive behind the famous “Sherlock Holmes game” has been translated for the children in a curious yet light hearted avenue; as the mix of “Hide and Seek” comes into deliverance. Let your child close their eyes while someone can hide Sherlock the Puppy. When Sherlock the puppy is hidden, you simply press the button on the bone remote and Sherlock will shout "Come and find me!"; To your child’s excitement, they will look around the room with a smile, giggle and not to mention keeping active! If your little one needs another clue as to where you have hidden Sherlock the puppy; push the remote bone again and Sherlock will shout!

 

Once again your little one will be left feeling amused, inquisitive and keeping their little bodies energetic!

 

Time efficiency and eye reflex to sound motion is been represented as highly strengthening thus practicing the child’s sense of hearing collaborating with sight as Sherlock sends positive audio signals to your little one! The remote bone can be controlled by either you or a third person!

 

This game is great for a stay at home mum, carer, nanny, when the two parents are home or even family gatherings. This innovative new product has left their consumers feeling light hearted, effortlessly enthused by the new reflexes of the child and leaving your child exercising their problem solving skills and self-sufficient development.

 

When Sherlock the puppy is found, once you pick him up, he will respond "You found me, you’re so clever! Let’s play again!" Now it’s your turn to hide Sherlock! This ultimately leaves children gaining the developmental skills for the game pattern, problem solving skills, reward and having fun amid active bodies!

 

“This product has been easy to use, safe, efficient and equally delivering high levels of educational play; certainly one to have in every Australian Family Home

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