Model 2175 | Age 2-15
With this fishing rod, children are ready for a fishing trip. The desire to catch a fish makes children challenge their attention, balance and hand-eye coordination. Getting close to the fish and getting it on the hook so that it can be landed require motor skills and mental concentration. Children can land the fish (boathook) or challenge themselves with a hook and line. Depending on the 'fish' to be caught, the 'fisherman' has to use the hook or the magnet on the hook. Shoal fish (Art 2176) are well-suited for use with the fishing rod, but many other items in the children's environment can also be 'caught'. The fishing rod is very versatile and can be used in imaginary and role-playing games that include interaction and language. Several children can also compete for 'Who catches the most fish without falling in the water?.