Hare and Tortoise Finger Puppets (set of 2)
This is a beautiful moral story of a hare and tortoise that teaches kids and children to never give up.
A gorgeous set of two plush finger puppets includes the Hare and the Tortoise.
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Once there lived in a forest a hair and a tortoise. The hare was very proud of his speed. He made fun of the tortoise for his slow speed. The tortoise challenged the hare to have a race with him. The hare accepted the challenge.
The race started. The crow was the referee. The hare ran very fast. The tortoise was left much behind. The hare stopped to take rest under a tree. He fell asleep. The tortoise passed him and reached the winning post. The hare woke up and ran as fast as he could. He saw that the tortoise was already there at the winning post. He had won the race.
Moral: Slow and steady wins the race or pride hath a fall.
This set consists of two gorgeous plush Hare and Tortoise finger puppets.
Each stands approx 7cm high and has a little piece of elastic to help hold onto little fingers.
COMMUNICATION AND SOCIAL SKILLS
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 and
The real world becomes more real to children who have opportunities to pretend.