These figures invite you to learn about forest animals, their colors and characteristics. Recommended ways of playing with these figures include:
Learning about animals by naming them out loud and linking cognitive experiences, finding the boundaries of these animals in the cards enclosed in the booklet, in your own notebooks, etc.
Listening to the sounds these animals make and repeating them in order to develop hearing and speaking skills.
Playing the balancing game by trying to put the pieces on top of each other to develop hand-eye coordination, strategic and logical thinking, and shape recognition. Tearing down the tower also teaches cause-effect relationships.