A new game just in time for Spring and big enough for small hands! This game was inspired by my little ones who are always more cooperative getting from point A to point B when they pretend to be an animal. There are 25 different wooden coins with a verb and insect 🐌 🐛 🕷 🐜 printed on each one. The objective is to embody an insect one at a time as you draw them from the pouch. You can play charades and have your family/friends guess which insect you are or you can do a team work exercise and have everyone join in on the insect-action fun! Great for little bug enthusiasts and performers!
Need to put them to bed for the evening? Tuck them into their drawstring pouch for easy put-away. Or have you little one plop them into an empty tissue box – a game sure to inspire your little one’s growing fine motor skills with a rewarding clink. Clink. Clink.
Each wooden piece measures approximately 2” in diameter and ¼” thick. They are sturdy enough for toddler-action-play.
Each set comes with 25 pieces (1 of each different insect friend).
I created this set after our wildly popular Animal Action play set. These are great mindfulness tools and body movement / kinesthetic tools. As well as speech therapy and body awareness.