When Ruby was a baby, she loved playing with these. They are perfect for peek-a-boo games, for exploring textures and colours and early learning of colour mixing.
Now she's older, she loves to use them as dress up, draping them or tying them round herself to make elaborate dresses and skirts.
She uses them to tuck her teddies up in little make-shift beds; gathers toys up in them and uses as carriers and hammocks. They are beautiful tied up in front of open windows gently billowing in the breeze.
But most of all, she loves to dance with them.
Swirling; twirling and whirling. Watching the shapes they make as she moves them to the music.
A perfect tool for helping activity and expression.
*Cough* Sometimes Mummy joins in too.
Butt-covering disclaimer: Do not leave young children unsupervised with scarves.
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