Fabric Quiet Activity Book - Away We Go

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After lockdown last year, are you and your little ones SUPER ready to get adventuring again? I know we are! 

Whether you’re into camping adventures, family road trips, or exploring further afield, our NEW fabric book - Away We Go brings to life all the fun and excitement of travel for the curious little people in your life.

Its interactive fabric activities allow your little ones to explore the wonders of travel, from letting them pack their own bag for the trip, to taking a taxi ride to the airport with a 3D interactive map. They can even put their own photo in their passport, buckle up for take off, or catch a fish on a fun camping trip. 

Away We Go is ideal for helping little ones practice and improve their fine motor skills, hand eye coordination andsensory processing through interactive play. Some of the skills your little one will practise include buckling, zipping, popping, lacing, velcro'ing and buttoning. There are 10 interactive pages encouraging fun, hands on learning. These include colour recognition, numeracy, problem solving, self care, picture and word recognition and much, much more.

Away We Go is great for learning at home or for keeping little ones quietly entertained as a travel companion. It's perfect for keeping kids busy on car journeys, plane rides, train journeys, on the bus, at the airport or station, during church services, weddings, and in waiting rooms. Fully zips up to close and includes carry handles for easy portability.

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Anna S.
Great calming activity

I am actually pleasantly surprised how much it gets played with. I was expecting my kids to get over it pretty quickly yet they both come back to it daily. We’ve lost the toothbrush so hoping we can order a replacement (or two so they stop fighting over who brushes better