Hedgehog Puppet

C$32.00

In stock

- Made using the highest quality materials
- Award winning design
- Great fun for toddlers and children
- Easily animate the antics of this engaging Hedgehog plush hand puppet
- Ideal for stage and puppet theater, storytelling, teaching, daycare, pre-...Read more

  • Made using the highest quality materials
  • Award winning design
  • Great fun for toddlers and children
  • Easily animate the antics of this engaging Hedgehog plush hand puppet
  • Ideal for stage and puppet theater, storytelling, teaching, daycare, pre-school, pretend play, role-playing, presentations, games, parties and gifts
  • Use fingers of one hand to express the head, arms and legs of this interactive animal puppet; turns inside out and curls into a ball
  • Constructed from high-quality materials with exceptionally realistic details; easy to care for years of play
  • Comfortably slips over the hand; measures 5 x 5 x 7 inches (LxWxH)
Playful, Engaging Versatility

A versatile vehicle for creative imagination, puppets offer an open-ended play pattern that can provide hours of entertainment as your child enacts favorite stories and fantasy play or processes reactions to current events in their lives.

They're also ideal for use in interactive stage and puppet theater as well as for teaching, daycare, school, games and parties or to pair with a book for storytelling.

Interactive Fun. That's Also Educational

Puppets foster interaction, inspire expression and nurture cooperation, all while helping kids develop social skills through playfully engaging with parents or peers. By encouraging expressive action, children gain confidence in their ability to positively affect their world, as "players on the stage of life". The pro-active nature of puppetry helps them explore the power of cause and effect, make visible their dreams, victories and fears and to make tangible the characters from their inner life.

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