LACING BEADS 3 IN 1 ACTIVITY TRIANGLE JIGSAW PUZZLE PULL ELEPHANT HOW TO PLAY HOW TO PLAY HOW TO PLAY HOW TO PLAY Lacing beads help kids develop fine motor skills, finger dexterity and hand-eye coordination. It’s designed for children to identify shapes and colors. Beads with large size allow kids to string easily, which promotes creativity and artistic skills as well. The activity triangle offers several possibilities to play and explore while promoting skills of shape recognition, problem solving, logical thinking and hand-eye coordination. The toy is equipped with gears decorated with cute flowers, moving insects, and a sorting function with three blocks in different shapes. Double-sided puzzle with different theme on each side. One side is color puzzle, the other side is a bunny puzzle. For color puzzle, kids can do it freely with their imagination and creativity. For bunny puzzle, it will be a challenge to work out the correct pattern. The pull animal helps children practice coordination and balance when they start walking. Designed as a cute elephant which can also be used as a role-play toy. Let the child put one bead at the time on the string. The wooden part attached to the string makes it easier to string independently. Let the child create different patterns of colors and shapes. Stringing the beads with imagination and creativity will be a lot of fun. Let children play with the gear game to experience the magic linkage effect. Move insects blocks and help little insects find the way home in the maze, the play can promote logical thinking and hand-eye coordination. The sorting function includes three blocks in cute shapes with varying degree of difficulty. The colored side encourage kids to puzzle freely with different combinations of color and promote the skills of active thinking. The bunny side, encourage children to build the correct pattern and promotes logical thinking. Pull the elephant in front of the child to encourage them to crawl and chase. When the child learn to walk, they can bring the elephant on exploratory walks.