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Time to Talk Baskets


Opportunities for talk are essential - this fantastic collection of baskets lends itself beautifully to developing


communication skills. Children will love interacting with the delightful contents.


Beautiful resources for captivating children’s interest 3 1 Fairytale Basket 4


Beautifully detailed figures that will engage and inspire early years practitioners. There is a gingerbread man, a pig, a princess, Goldilocks, Red Riding Hood, Prince/King, Troll/Ogre, a goat, a boy and a wolf. These familiar characters will ignite conversations and stimulate story telling. They also work well as a small world resource. Children can immerse themselves in the well-loved traditional stories. A wonderful resource for communication and stimulating imaginations. Set includes 10 characters and 1 basket. Size of basket: D25cm. Surface wipe clean. Suitable from birth.


EY04736 2 Farm Basket


Use for a pretend picnic and encourage communication with familiar foods


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Look who is hiding in the farm basket! There’s a horse, a cow, a sheep, a hen, a cat, a rabbit and a pig. These detailed animals are great for encouraging young children to engage in language activities. Let them feel the soft textured creatures. What noises will the animals make? This beautiful set is specifically collated to meet a young child’s sense of enquiry and developmental interests. Surface wipe with a damp cloth. Size of basket: approx D25cm. Suitable from birth.


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3 Bug Basket


A beautiful handcrafted collection of minibeasts. Babies and toddlers will love emptying the basket to find out more about the soft, tactile, vibrant contents. There’s a velvety spider and a crackly butterfly and other appealing characters. Designed for interaction and to support the schema of emptying and filling. Surface wipe clean. Contents includes: 1 basket, 1 ladybird, 1 flower, 1 leaf, 1 caterpillar, 1 butterfly, 1 spider and 1 bee. Size of basket: D20cm, size of bee: L10cm. Suitable from birth.


EY04126 4 Picnic Basket


Set out the checked cloth and all the lovely treats for your special picnic. There are sandwiches, scrumptious cakes and fruit, and cups and plates to enjoy realistic role play. Each item is hand crafted in soft, textured fabric. A lovely collection to inspire a rich use of language. The set includes 2 apples, 2 oranges, 4 sandwiches, 2 small and 1 large cake, 4 plates, 4 cups, 1 checked cloth and 1 storage basket. Surface wipe clean. Size of basket: D25cm approx, apples D6cm, large cake D18cm. Suitable from birth.


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5 Number Rhymes Basket A super collection of fabric objects to encourage participation in number rhymes. Let the children pull out one of the objects and then sing the song together. Great for aiding language and mathematical development. Each beautifully made resource inspires a range of learning opportunities. Get busy singing about the monkeys on the bed, currant buns in a bakers’ shop or speckled frogs on a log. Set includes a shoe, a fish, a speckled frog, a currant bun, a green bottle, a monkey, a sausage, a duck and a bed. All are stored in a lovely fabric basket. Surface wipe clean. Size of basket: W23 x H20cm. Suitable from birth.


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