THE POPPIK PEDAGOGY
Did you know that Poppik products have been designed with a real educational approach ?
With Poppik, discover new generation sticker activities. When children open a Poppik kit, they immediately want to play and manipulate these colorful stickers. The activity is easy, allowing the child to play alone without an adult present. Thus, without effort, the child concentrates naturally during long periods of play. This quiet activity trains fine motor skills, observation skills, and makes the child want to apply himself. With a Poppik poster, the child’s activity is always valued thanks to the amazing result he gets.
Hang the poster on the wall and you will see his eyes sparkle with pride !
THE BENEFITS OF OUR STICKERS
– This human body poster develops curiosity and knowledge about a subject that fascinates children: how the body works. It is by manipulating that children learn! The children will have fun recognizing the organs, naming the different parts of the skeleton…
– Children can play together and help each other, thanks to the giant format(100 x 68 cm) and the large number of repositionable stickers.
– The activity is easy, even for those who are not very manual.
– Our repositionable stickers promote concentration and calm.
– This poster in stickers develops the artistic sensibility of children, because it is made by a great artist. Discover here the artist Woo Joo Jangwho illustrated the poster.
– This poster is printed on both sides: one side is in French, the other in English. It’s up to you to choose the one you prefer. A leaflet in 6 languages accompanies everything (Italian, Spanish, English, German, Dutch, Chinese).
– Duration of the game: on average 30 minutes for a child alone (very variable from one child to another).
OUR MANUFACTURING COMMITMENTS
In an ecological concern, this educational game is not made in Asia, but in the European Union(Spain).
– We have designed a flat packagingto minimize the ecological impact (manufacturing and transport).
– These stickers for children are repositionable, so that they can be replaced as much as necessary on the poster. As for a puzzle, we have the right to make mistakes!
– All our educational games for children comply with the CE toy standard, guaranteed phthalate-free.
– The paper is PEFC certified: from sustainably managed forests.
– Exclusive concept: Poppik. Design: Delphine Badreddine and Françoise Baglin.
OUR ADVICE FOR USE
Unfold the human body poster and remove the folds as much as possible by folding in the opposite direction. Place the poster flat, on a table or on the floor, and start sticking the stickers by following the numbers. A bit like a giant coloring book or like a big puzzle, the poster is covered with drawings and colors.
– As with a puzzle, the sticker activity can be done in several sessions.
– The poster and stickers can be easily stored in the pocket. The poster can also be rolled to avoid folds on the stickers.
– This educational activity can occupy a small group of children during a birthday party or a game afternoon (easy to install, fun for all, even for those who are not manual, does not stain, adult help is not essential). Even more fun than a puzzle!
OUR DECORATION IDEAS
Once the large human body poster is finished, it is intended to decorate the house.
– You can hang the posteron the wall, in any room of the house.
– You can also frame the poster, for an even more impressive result. This poster for children has been created in a standard size to facilitate framing: use a 100 x70 cm frame.
– Visit our blog to find out how to give a second life to your Poppik.
LEARN WHILE HAVING FUN
This poster presents the human body. The idea is to help children understand how the body works: what’s inside? What are the names of the different organs? From the age of 3, children are passionate about the body and love to learn to name and recognize its different parts. As they grow up, they want to know even more, with a more scientific side (functioning). This human body poster is an excellent tool to better understand this vast subject.
To stick the stickers, the child observes the numbers and silhouettes of the drawings.