Yoto Paddington Please Look After This Bear & Other Stories - Learning Bugs Educational Toys

Yoto Paddington Please Look After This Bear & Other Stories

£8.99 £8.09

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Yoto Says: Paddington is a national treasure, and this quartet of dramatised readings will be a sure-fire hit for fans of the films, or children new to the delights of Michael Bond’s marmalade-loving bear.

Currently only available for shipping to UK and Ireland. 

Four dramatised stories starring everyone’s favourite bear, introduced by Michael Hordern, who narrated the original BBC TV series Paddington. Included here are ‘Please Look After This Bear’, ‘A Bear in Hot Water’, ‘A Disappearing Trick Paddington’, and ‘The Amateur Dramatics’.

‘Please look after this bear’, said the label around Paddington’s neck, so the Brown family take him home and do just that. Life with Paddington, however, is full of surprises – as you’ll find out in these four great dramatised stories!

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Yoto Player can let your kids know when it’s time to start the day! Use the Yoto App to set wake-up routines that work for your family.

Larry's Learning Outcomes

Relax with the night light, unwind with white noise, or cosy up with Sleep Radio. Yoto Player will have night owls nodding off in no time.

About The Brand

Yoto | How to Set Up Yoto PlayerMy co-founder Filip and I were talking about the challenges of modern parenting. We both had nagging concerns around the effects of excess screen time for young children, with potential negatives around sleep disruption, fine motor control development and addictiveness of screens making us think twice about putting our kids in front of a screen.Having enrolled my children at a Montessori nursery, I was also fascinated by the teachings of Maria Montessori. She believed (amongst other things) that child development was improved through allowing children certain levels of independence, and to place emphasis on using physical objects in learning and play.Despite all of this, we’re actually both technophiles and big believers in the power of the internet and tech as a force for good. Screens aren’t always bad! Also, having met whilst working together in the digital music world, we really wanted to give our kids easy access to music and other audio content.So we came up with the idea of a connected, screen-free audio device that kids could be fully in control of using physical smartcards. With no experience in hardware, electronics or industrial design, but liking the idea of a challenge, we got to work prototyping a basic device and started testing with our own families and friends.

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