Personal Shopper Catalogue
Personal Shopper Catalogue is designed to improve your little one’s fine motor skills and cutting precision.
Shopping Catalogues Scissors Glue Blank Paper
This cutting and sticking activity is quite simple and allows you to make use of all the junk mail which seems so prolific these days. For this activity you will need to give your little one a selection of shopping catalogues and ask them to carefully cut out the pictures of things which they would buy if cost was irrelevant. To avoid disappointment it is important to stress to your little one that this is not a wish list of presents but merely an imaginary activity. Once they have selected their items they may wish to paste them onto some new pieces of paper to create a new catalogue of their own or add them to their alphabet book on the correct pages - see Personal Dictionary
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