Coming from a long line of farmers over the years, we wanted to encourage learning about farms with Baby Jack by designing our tag toy with farm animals. Jack's great greats migrated to Wisconsin from Switzerland and used to own farmland in Madison, Wisconsin. We were taught to respect this industry and October is a time to celebrate our cute, furry friends with recognizing the important role they play in society.
Our farm learning lovey is perfect for teaching about farm animals. Children love all of the adorable sheep, cows, duck, and horses. Not only are there many simple teaching moments with the colors, counting and searching for shapes, but also teaching about the importance farm animals and what they can provide for us.
Farm Learning Lovey Collection
Your child will love all of the adorable sheep, cows, duck, and horses on our Farm Lovey and have fun counting the rectangles and squares in the red barn! It's the perfect security blanket that will last you forever and… read more
Cows produce milk for us to drink. Baby chicks grow to be chickens which lay eggs for us to eat! Sheep wool can be turned into clothing as well as many other items we use every day. There are so many different needs from farm animals and we can teach our children the importance from an early age. Hopefully our children will grow to be knowledgeable and understand how these animals deserve to be respected celebrated and loved!
Owner Kelley used to rock Baby Jack to sleep singing Old McDonald. She suggests parents and grandparents can use the lovey to interact with kids during this intimate moment. Point and identify colors, share stories about the animals on the farm, look for shapes used to build the pictures and play a game to learn animal sounds.
The Learning Lovey is accented with coordinating ribbons that are sewn shut, so little fingers do not get intertwined in the ribbon loops. The variety of textured ribbons and fabrics encourage tactile play and help children develop cognitively, socially and emotionally through sensory interaction.