Melissa & Doug Locks & Latches Board Wooden Educational Toy

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Melissa & Doug Locks & Latches Board Wooden Educational Toy

Melissa & Doug Locks & Latches Board Wooden Educational Toy

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All joking aside, you can see from the board it’s full of hinges and things like chain latches, so she can’t break into a locked medicine cabinet or a door that’s locked from the inside. My son loves to play with puzzles and locks and this latch puzzle is wonderful for him because it lets him play with the locks without possibly hurting himself on doors where the locks normally are. This toy has the puzzle of the latches, the written numbers between 1-6, identifies colors and cute clusters of animals behind the doors. She was getting into trouble opening door and cabinets just to see what was inside so this toy fixed her curiosity. Thank goodness Lowe’s was open the next day (Christmas Eve), which meant we were able to attach the last piece just in time to get it wrapped for “Santa to deliver it” the next morning.

He can unlatch almost all of the latches and can open the doors but can't latch them all back up yet. His 4-year old sister is also very interested in this toy and the children can each work on a latch while sharing the board. We haven't talked with her family since her party on Sunday but when she opened it you could tell her fingers and mind were itching to get hands on it.For example, you can start off with colors and counting and progress to opening/closing some latches to all latches. It is also great because it is made of wood, so no toxic chemicals, as well as it does NOT make noise! I got it for my 11-month old because she showed so much interest in the latches holding curtain rods for the windows by my front door. Okay, he wasn't real interested in it, might have been because he also had the poke-a-dot [book] which he loved. Remote fine motor and memory skills with this intriguing board containing the locks and latches of all shapes and sizes.

His parents weren't as enamored over the gift because it taught the child how to open latches that they had hoped would remain a mystery for a few more months! Therefore, why not gift them their very own padlock board so that they can discover, think and experiment with farm animals!A great way to build fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination while learning colours, numbers, animals, and more! Google Analytics uses cookies, which will be placed on your computer during your browsing experience to evaluate how users use the site. The board is also full of external latches/hinges (nothing like the internal medicine cabinet locks or door locks that we use to keep Clara safe).

And if you want to see for yourself, here’s a short clip of Clara opening her latch board on Christmas morning.

I think Sherry and I both liked the combo of nearly-neon grellow + stained wood on that project so much that we subconsciously wanted to repeat it – this time so the grellow was actually visible instead of hidden on the back. This board is a great idea having different latches and doors that open up to reveal animals(w/ varying colors) all on one toy.

My twins (31 months - boy and girl) have played with it extensively so far with no signs of slowing. FSC certification ensures that products come from responsibly managed forests that provide environmental, social, and economic benefits, and that forests are protected for future generations. I bought this for my grand-daughter because it was such a unique presentation of learning small motor skills. but I definitely felt better before she figured out how to unlock the front door, undo the safety chain and bypass the child safety latches on the cabinets. It enables him to open and shut all the latches, and keeps us happy to cause he isn't always messing with all the other latches around the house trying to get into them.His birthday's not for a couple of weeks, but I appreciate that it's made from recycled plastic, is cute and colorful, seems well made and I think it'll be fun for him. Now that she’s adept at other stacking/twisting games, we decided the time was right to DIY one so we hit up our favorite local place when it comes to handware and hinges.

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