Say hello to the Olli Ella Holdie Farm Animals! Meet Horse, Pig and Cow! These three animal pals can stand on their own and are the perfect size for small hands to cuddle.
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Say hello to the Olli Ella Holdie Farm Animals! Meet Horse, Pig and Cow!
These three animal pals can stand on their own and are the perfect size for small hands to cuddle.
Cheeky Horse gallops off across the prairie as the first light warms the land. Rip-rapping along the river, discovering squelchy treasures hidden deep in the woodlands and back again before the Holdie residents wake.
Happiest rolling in the mud and feasting on scraps, Piggy has the sweetest heart and loves nothing more than a belly rub from Farmer Poppy after she’s gathered fresh blooms. Curly tail dreams are made of these everyday delights.
Oh Holdie Cow! Adorable splotches galore. The loveable Cow is a pocket-sized friend sure to a-moo-se. Forever taking care of all the animals, plants and farm folk. Keeping everyone’s fields trimmed and sharing the most creamiest milk. Lazing in the wildflowers or licking treats from Farmer Forest’s hand back in the stall.
Together they enjoy exploring the wonders of the Holdie World. After a happy day in the sun return them to the cosy Holdie Barn, each animal fitting sweetly into their very own wooden stall.
Handmade with love from a soft wool blend with embroidered features, each Holdie Animal will look a little bit different, and that makes each one quite special.
Holdie Farm Animals come beautifully packed in a gift box to surprise and share with your kiddies!
• Holdie Farm Animals can stand on their own feet
• Horse comes with a wool mane and tail, measures 13cm tall
• Cow has tiny ears, a tail and an udder, measures 7.8cm tall
• Piggy has a sweet curly tail and measures 6.8cm tall
• Holdie Animals are all handmade from a wool blend with polyester filling
• Some variation will occur
• Age recommendation: 3+
• Horse is 13cm tall
• Cow is 7.8cm tall
• Piggy is 6.8cm tall
Weight: 0.09 kg
Mr Mole's Marvellous Ideas
Learn the animal names and find out as many interesting facts as you can to incorporate them into your play.
Larry's Learning Outcomes
Pretend play is so important in childhood. It’s through pretend play that children learn about themselves and about the world. They experiment and try to make sense of the world by imitating life around them. They also develop important complex and higher order thinking skills.