Pretend play leads to cooperative play, is excellent for developing imaginations, and creative young minds!
Imaginary play is a crucial developmental stage. It’s the stage in which all children begin to develop an understanding of the world around them, and learn to safely navigate those surroundings through imitation, practice and exploration. It’s also a foundation for basic social and language skills.
The Race to The Rescue Set can be used with children with SPD, ASD and other social and emotional disorders, overcome fears, anxieties and concerns related to understanding emergencies, feeling comfortable with police officers, rescue personnel, sirens and other loud noises associated with emergency vehicles through pretend play: Use pretend play to work through different scenarios in the quiet and safety of your own home or therapy…
Race to the rescue with this collection of four wooden emergency vehicles! Sturdy wooden construction and moving parts on each vehicle means the ambulance, rescue helicopter, police car, and fire engine will stand up to endless of hours of hands-on play. Wooden emergency worker play figures fit into each of the vehicles and can also be removed for additional imaginative play opportunities.
• Pretend Play
• Preparing for everyday situations
• Sensory transition coaching
• Imaginative play
• Set of four sturdy wooden 5-inch emergency vehicles.
• Includes an ambulance, helicopter, police car, and fire engine and 4 play figures.
• Wheels and helicopter blades spin.
• Play figures fit into the driver and pilot seats and can also stand independently.
• Encourages hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills; promotes imaginative play.