Zatswho® Great for travel too!
Soft, sensory and wiping clean, the photo cards come in a tote that is small enough to keep tucked in a diaper bag to take along for a fun interactive activity you play with your child at the restaurant, during car trips & air travel to help keep your little one calm and occupied. The pictures can be sealed in to preserve memories as keepsake photos. Teach photo recognition of people, places and things, shapes, colors and other fun skills & matching games.
Any picture you put into a Zatswho® photo frame can spark conversations as you talk using the 5 W’s: who, what, when, where & why
For children 3 and up, who love to carry their tote along with them. Zatswho® soft photo cards can be interchanged increasing activities older children can keep themselves occupied with while traveling.
Make it fun to help your child learn, prepare and become familiar with an upcoming trip or vacation. Preparing before, during and after with activities will help to keep your children safer, keep family connected, learn where you are going on vacation and provide loads of fun memories that will strengthen family bonds long after the trip has ended.
Prior to your trip: play guess who’s in the picture as a fun way to teach face recognition and introduce your children to distant relatives you may be visiting.
A fun project to teach children where you are going: use pictures you can cut out from magazines or brochures for example to:
Create themes or sequence of events: of the state, region or destination, major stops or landmarks and cities you are visiting that you'll see along the way, such as a big bridge, a mountain or tunnel
Vacation themes: mountains, ocean, lake, the birds, flowers or animals you may expect to see provide you with the opportunity to talk about the weather, bugs, safety and other things in non threatening way
Zatswho® for car travel children 3 + up :
Play a game of asking to find a colored card to match a car you are following, keep count of the different colored cars they see
Find signs along the road & on billboards that match pictures and the shapes in the Zatswho® photo cards
Play Scavenger hunt: Make it as simple or difficult depending on the age of the child from the questions you ask: 5 W’s: to how many pictures you cut out of what you expect to see along the trip. Put the photos into the tote bag without slipping them into the Zatswho® photo cards. When a photo is identified put it into one of the frames at the end of the trip see how many items were found. Search for items outside the vehicle.
Some examples are below:
billboard with a missing child on it
flashing traffic light
Red traffic light
someone on a bike
Person walking a dog
pond or lake
Material is non-toxic CPSIA compliant