We all know that Muffik is inspired by nature, literally. But have you ever tried taking animal figures and assign them to individual Muffik works according to where they come from and where they live? Haven’t you? So, hurry up!
Children become acquainted with animal figures at an early age. They learn to imitate sounds and they also learn names or just where they come from, where they live. In this way, you can work with small children around the age of 1, as well as with older children who are already learning much more about animals.
You can disassemble individual Muffik pieces and assign an animal to each of them. First you need one, later add more and try to sort all the animals you have at home - or involve soft toy animals. At the same time, try to name other animals that could live in that environment. As much as you can think of, and if you don't know what to do, help yourself on the Internet.
If you are currently experiencing a period of beetles / insects, you can make it more difficult for children to sort and try to divide insects into meadow (Muffik meadow) and forest (Muffik logs, cones, roots).
And what will move around the snake? Or do you even have snake figurines?
Of course, dinosaurs belong on dinosaur eggs, but can you name them? I remember T-Rex, Pterodactyl, Triceratops, and similar prehistoric creatures from Power Rangers (hahaha).
And what about puzzles like starfish, seashells, and shores? Which animals will you put there? You can use the pebbles for a change like icebergs and pieces of ice and enclose Arctic animals. If you own blue grass, you can use it as the bottom of the sea. You can put ordinary farm animals on the green grass and turn yellow Muffiks into straw or hay or grain for hens.
Twister pieces can serve as a route for cars across the safari. You will place giraffes, elephants, hippos, zebras, gorillas, etc. all around and you will pass them in a safe way by off-road car or by train.
And what else can you come up with?
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