Peekaboo Learning Farm (Includes Communication Boards & E-Book)

October 9, 2022 No Comments


Learn counting and colours with five farmyard friends. Pop open this set’s colourful numbered barns to find the adorable pig, cow, mouse, horse or duck animal finger puppet hiding inside. Kids learn new skills including sorting while building their imaginations as they play peekaboo, pretend and more.

Who is hiding inside barn number five? Let’s lift the lid and find out in this fun toddler maths game set.

  • Introduces early number, colour identification and sorting skills.
  • Promotes fine motor skills development.
  • The 15-piece set comprises five cute, chunky farm animals (cow, pig, mouse, duck and horse), and five barns with removable rooves.

This set comes with the following:

  • Communication Boards – Core & Topic (Fringe)
  • E-Book – Supporting your child’s communication, language & play

Each set comes with a core communication board and a topic (fringe) communication board to ensure that all children playing with this set have access to the vocabulary they need.

A detailed E-Book will also be emailed with this resource. It will include ways to support your child’s play, language and communication development. Each booklet contains advice for both analytical language processors and gestalt language processors. Please note, you will not receive the E-Book until your order has been dispatched. The document will be sent to you via the email address you provide when you place your order – don’t forget to check your spam folder.

If you’re attending the Sparking Speech Clinic with your child, you can use the discount code “COLLECT” to avoid the shipping charges & collect your order at the next appointment.


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SKU: LER 6805


Age: Suitable from 18 months

Specification: Each two-piece barn measures 7cm L x 6cm W.

All products should be used with adult supervision at all times and are used at your own risk. This set is not suitable for children under 18 months.

If your child is known to seek out oral sensory feedback or has PICA, it is important that you take this into consideration when choosing suitable toys.


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