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.....Learning Curve....

 

We are never too old to be in a new "learning curve"....... 

.....Learning Curve....

 

We are never too old to be in a new "learning curve"....... 

comments (15)

  • Martine
  • France
  • 20 Jun 2018, 05:19
Jolis jouets avec de belles couleurs.
Picturit: Children's toy are often very colourful, this was fun to see this one.
Astrid.
I absolutely love this, Astrid, and think you should make something similar for our granddaughter-to-come! smile
Picturit: I know I will make a similar toy for the granddaughter-to-come.
There are so many thing that can be used smile
Astrid.
  • Chris
  • Not Nowhere
  • 20 Jun 2018, 06:27
So THIS is where you keep your talking chicken!
Picturit: smile Yes well hidden and making sure that it does not end up on the BBQ, Chris.
Astrid.
  • Lisl
  • England
  • 20 Jun 2018, 06:29
Your little chicken is calling out for you, Astord!
Picturit: I know, Lisl. don't you just love these things.
Astrid.
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 20 Jun 2018, 06:49
How lovely. There would be lots of fun for someone opening all the different catches and seeing what is behind each set of days. It is like a sort of Advent calendar.
Picturit: You are right about the Advent calendar, we always get one from Jacquie Lawson and that gives so much fun. I intend to make my own learning board, for the granddaughter to be....
Astrid.
Bravo , c'est bien de pouvoir creer de si belles choses
Picturit: Don't you just love these "learning centers", Claudine. I like to make one for my granddaughter to be, that should be fun.
Astrid.
  • gutteridge
  • Somewhere in deep space
  • 20 Jun 2018, 07:19
Like a rather brief advent calendar Astrid. Fancy seeing your name in one of the windows.
Picturit: Alan said the same and I never even thought about that. I like to make one for my granddaughter to be and put all our names and her name in too.
Astrid.
Oh, wat schattig is deze kinderbox.
Goed gezien en echt een glimlachfoto
Picturit: Ja leuk hè, Marjolein. Dit is tenminste speelgoed waar ze hun handen bij moeten gebruiken wink Ik ga er ééntje maken voor mijn kleindochter.
Astrid.
There are so many wonderful toys out there....but wooden ones are best!
Picturit: I totally agree with you, Bill. Nothing even comes close to wood. I am going to make one for my granddaughter to be.
Astrid.
Toys for older children. smile
Picturit: Ha indeed so, Mary. One is never too old to learn and don't you just love this for a child.... at least NO internet is required... HA
Astrid.
Animal welfare at its best,chickens in the attic.
Picturit: And maybe eggs for breakfast tomorrow, Martin smile
Astrid.
  • Ayush Basu
  • Venlo, Netherlands
  • 20 Jun 2018, 19:05
this is a nice subject, Astrid. i like the variety of bright colours with the locks and hinges. and as i embark on a new software deployed in our department, i cannot agree more with your message.
Picturit: Thank you, Ayush. When we visited this family with young children they had toys all over the place, but this one stood out. I love toys that need "hands" to figure it out.
We are never too old to learn and there is always a learning curve with it and after a while we feel more "at ease" with it. Even I have now a daily learning curve. But I don't mind wink
Astrid.
what a great set of toys to teach hand eye coordination Astrid... it would also teach them how to open stuff that you have put off limits to them he he!!
....petersmile
Picturit: Peter, I love stuff like that and I am already thinking up a "learning curve" toy for my granddaughter-to-be. A solution to "opening stuff that is off limits" just put 220 Volts on it, that will teach the word 'NO' in no-time (JOKE of course)
Astrid.
The beautiful colours beam right out at us. A wonderful shot.
Picturit: Thank you, Michael. That is one thing I like about these toys, the colours, it made me smile.
Astrid.
I can so see you making your own! How cool! Love the name placement!
Picturit: Thank you, Robin. After I googled the name on the toy I found a lot of images of so called "learning centers" even wooden trucks with all kinds of things to figure out for a child. I love wooden toys.
Astrid.

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