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Fisher Price’s Little People Animal Friends Farm – World of Endless Possibilities
When it comes to a child’s imagination, the sky is the limit! Ever since my daughter was born I have been able to experience firsthand how the imagination can grow from a small flicker and into a bright flame of creativity. Watching her at play, using her imagination to bring her dolls to life, infuse wooden foods with flavor or even donning her costumes for dress up sessions that would transform her from ordinary to extraordinary, those experiences with her were a magical period of her childhood that I wouldn’t trade for the world.
In my family we believe that encouraging the growth of creativity is every bit as important as helping our children discover it. When the opportunity to work on a campaign that would allow us to review the Little People’s Farm I couldn’t resist the chance. We knew that a close family friend, with a little boy who had recently turned 4, would be absolutely thrilled to work with us on our review for the Little People’s Farm. Complete with everything a little farmer needs to get started, the Little People’s Farm was a great way to get Luka’s creativity flowing.
Just like a real barn, the Little People’s Farm came with a classic red and white painted barn that had everything a little farmer needs to get started on his or her barnyard adventure. From realistic animal sounds for the horse, chicken, sheep and cow, to the haybaler that your child can raise themselves to deliver the hay to his/her barnyard animals, there’s no shortage of fun to be had with the Little People’s Farm. The Silo also doubles as storage for the extra pieces when your little one isn’t busy running the farm and the set requires 2AA batteries to operate. The Little People’s Farm will encourage your child to use their imagination to power the set, encourages creativity & imagination while also promoting use of their fine motor skills.
When it was finally set up and ready to go, we were able to sit with Luka and observe while he created his own little world with the set. We encouraged him further in his creativity by asking him questions about his farm like the types of crops he wanted to grow, what the different kinds of animals he had were, etc. and were delighted in the details he was able to come up with for us.