Stickers are enjoyed by everyone, kids and adults alike! Stickers are not only fun but can also be used to build a plethora of developmental skills - Fine motor skills, Visual Discrimination, Sorting and Classifying, One to One Correspondence, Counting Skills, Language and Phonemic awareness! Warli Art is simple yet dynamic and a great framework to explore these skills with a sticker puzzle!
Written by Gita Wolf, Illustrated by Ramesh Hengadi and Shantaram Dhadpe
The traditional Warli style of tribal art from western India is deceptively simple, yet very dynamic, almost like a series of fluid pictograms. People in Warli images are constantly on the move, always doing something. Taking a cue from this, each image in this book is a narrative built around a verb. Do! can be used in many ways – as a picture book, to learn language, to discover new stories on each page, to talk about village life, or to learn how to draw in the Warli style.Subscribe to Toka Junior Gift a Box
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