Welcome to our Magnetic Jungle TREES - Adventure 1
This 40cm x 30cm Magnetic Landscape is perfect for our jungle animals!
What a glorious day in Jungleland. In this scene you will find ...
Elephant, Hippo, Parrot, Monkey, Tiger, Lion Rhino, Toucan, Gecko, Giraffe & Gorilla are all waiting for you to create your own jungle adventure.
What stories can you make up with your little ones? Let their imaginations run wild and create new stories together.
There are endless possibilities for storytelling with this magnetic landscape. It's a great way to keep your little ones' minds active and learning.
Play, learn, and create your own jungle adventure today!
Our Magnetic Storyboard Sets allows your little ones to play creatively on there own or with others to make there own stories in our scenes. Simply create a scene by placing the MDF magnets onto the magnetic landscape (note - you will need a whiteboard or magnetic surface (fridge) to attach the landsape too); the elements can be arranged rearranged over and over.
- Create and make up stories – hours of fun and creativity for little ones active minds.
- Great for everyone to be involved, or play anytime at their leisure..
- It can be used as an educational tool to learn spelling and names of animals
- It will help improve fine motor skills and boost imagination.
- The elements are made from MDF Board approx 4cm x 7.5cm or larger with a magnet attached to the entire surface on the back. Printed with eco-friendly ink, permanent and scratch resistant.
- These can be used over and over (we recommend you wipe the elements with a damp cloth, do not soak or place in water as the MDF will swell.
- You can use this set with our other magnetic storyboards and make up many different stories.
- It is suitable for ages 1+ and up.
A quick little story to get you started on your adventure ....
The Jungle Olympics
Deep in the heart of a lush green jungle, there lived a group of animal friends who loved to compete. There was the elephant, the hippo, the toucan, the monkey, the tiger, the lion, the gecko, the rhino, the gorilla, and the snake.
One day, the animals decided to hold their own jungle Olympics. They would compete in all sorts of events, such as the elephant trunk race, the hippopotamus belly flop, the toucan tongue twister contest, the monkey swing-through, the tiger dash, the lion roar, the gecko wall climb, the rhino horn charge, the gorilla pound, and the snake slithering.
The animals were all very excited for the Olympics. They trained hard for weeks, and they were all determined to win.
On the day of the Olympics, the animals gathered at the starting line for the first event: the elephant trunk race. The elephant trumpeted loudly and charged ahead. The hippopotamus was right behind him, and the other animals followed close behind.
The elephant and the hippopotamus were neck and neck, but in the end, the elephant won by a trunk.
The next event was the hippopotamus belly flop. The hippopotamus took a deep breath and belly flopped into the mud. The other animals cheered as the hippopotamus created a big splash.
The toucan was up next for the tongue twister contest. The toucan opened its beak wide and started to recite the tongue twister. The other animals laughed as the toucan struggled to pronounce the difficult words.
The monkey was next for the swing-through. The monkey swung from vine to vine, high above the ground. The other animals watched in amazement as the monkey effortlessly navigated through the trees.
The tiger was up next for the dash. The tiger took off like a bullet, and the other animals were left in the dust. The tiger crossed the finish line first, with the lion close behind.
The lion was next for the roar contest. The lion opened its mouth wide and let out a mighty roar. The other animals covered their ears and cowered in fear.
The gecko was up next for the wall climb. The gecko scampered up the wall like it was nothing. The other animals watched in awe as the gecko reached the top of the wall.
The rhino was up next for the horn charge. The rhino charged at the other animals, but they all managed to get out of the way. The rhino was disappointed, but he didn't give up.
The gorilla was up next for the pound. The gorilla pounded its chest so hard that the ground shook. The other animals cheered as the gorilla showed off its strength.
The snake was up next for the slithering. The snake slithered through the mud, leaving a trail of slime behind it. The other animals watched in disgust, but they had to admit that the snake was very good at slithering.
The Olympics were a huge success. The animals had a lot of fun competing, and they all learned that it's important to be good sports.
At the end of the Olympics, the elephant was declared the overall winner. The elephant was very proud of himself, and he thanked all of the other animals for participating.
The animals all agreed that the jungle Olympics were a great success. They decided to hold the Olympics again next year, and they all promised to train even harder.
This size landscape fits a small travel whiteboard - you can get them from Office Works or an Office Supply Warehouse they also fit perfectly on a fridge!
Please note: Whiteboard is not included.