Puppets help to develop children’s creativity, confidence, and improves concentration, motivation, observational skills, and problem-solving abilities. They are engaging toys that can help support oral language skills and communication, social/emotional development, and help children learn and understand the world around them through safe, imaginative play.
Lots of finger puppets some of which are children’s favourite story characters such as Winnie the Pooh, Tigger and Rabbit.
All come in a plush house which can be used as an additional prop in creating their own narratives.
Cognitively, finger puppets help toddlers to develop hand-eye coordination. They also help children to understand different perspectives and to develop empathy. Finger puppets can be used to teach turn-taking and conflict resolution, as well as building fine motor skills.