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Puppet Firefighter

MD 40352

Firefighter Puppet on A stick

€23.25
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This chief of fire rescue stands poised for duty and ready to save the day with his protective hard hat and reflective coat! Kids three and up may use one hand to manipulate the puppet’s mouth and facial expressions while using the other hand to help the firefighter to gesture with the detachable wooden rod (works for both lefties and righties). This puppet encourages imaginative play, creative thinking, empathy, connection, and endless storytelling. It also helps kids develop hand-eye coordination, fine motor skills, verbal skills, and emotional intelligence. You can count on this puppet to come to the rescue in any puppet drama!

Chief Walter Blaze is always on duty and ready with his protective hard hat and reflective coat to save the day! Use one hand to manipulate the puppet's mouth and facial expressions while gesturing with the removable wooden rod with the other. Detachable rod is suitable for lefties or righties. Puppet play inspires countless creative stories and amazing imaginary adventures. It's terrific for self-confidence, and also an invaluable booster for motor skills, hand-eye coordination, communication skills, parent-child bonding and so much more! A removable hand rod attaches to either hand of the puppet, making it simple for both left-handed and right-handed puppeteers to practice and develop their storytelling skills. This versatile classic puppet is appropriate for puppeteers of varying skill levels and helps develop narrative and creative thinking. The Melissa & Doug Firefighter Puppet makes a great firefighter gift for kids ages 3 and up. Adding the Melissa & Doug Deluxe Puppet Theater is an ideal accompaniment for screen-free play and entertainment. For more than 30 years, Melissa & Doug has created beautifully designed imagination- and creativity-sparking products that NBC News called “the gold standard in early childhood play.” Today, Melissa & Doug is proudly partnering with the American Academy of Pediatrics to foster early brain development and help children build important life skills through play.

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