One little, two little, three little Indians… and the song continues to ten. That was one of my favorite songs when I was little. The main reason why is because I grew up in Seminole County Florida so I thought that meant that there were Indians (native americans) living in the "forest" behind our house!
I received a set of One Little Two Little Indians (Native American) Puppets for review from Little Boy Blue Boutique and can’t begin to tell you how much fun we’ve had with them! With a seven year old and an almost one year old in the house, these puppets have been played with in a variety of very creative ways. Most importantly, the One Little Two Little Indians (Native American) Puppets are a really fun way to teach Madelyn her numbers. Sebastian (7) puts the puppets on his hands and makes them peep around the door and Madelyn thinks it’s the funniest thing ever! Because the One Little Two Little Indians (Native American) Puppets are very gender neutral looking, he even gets his friends in on the fun. Can you picture several seven and eight year olds with little Indian puppets on their hands… the things they do!
Each One Little Two Little Indians (Native American) Puppets is 8 x 10 inches and fits adult and children’s
hands. I am very impressed with the quality, detail, and durability of the Indian puppets. With so many kids playing with them, you would think that they would show signs of wear by now, but they are holding up just fine. They are tough little Indians!
I am always looking for creative ways to teach the kids and these are one way to add a little fun to your learning time with your toddler every day. What’s even more fun than watching Madelyn smile at the One Little Two Little Indians (Native American) Puppets and get acquainted with the numbers 1-10 is to see what she does when the puppets are on her little hands!
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