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Our cute character components are the visual, hands-on element children love while listening to a story and learning concepts and ideas.


Teachers use our Felt Sets and Soft Books for early literacy and readiness activities in the classroom. Our tactile approach to curriculum is universally appreciated by the educational professionals we are honored to work with. They are teaching aids used to enhance the development of early reading skills through interactive lessons and book adaptations.

Pacific Kids products work well in group or individual settings, and are easy to store. With all the budget concerns in education, our Soft Books are a wise investment for the classroom. They will last for years and will pay for themselves after one lesson.

MONTESSORI AND OTHER TEACHERS: Actively engage your students with our hand-sewn, high quality felt sets! (Click HERE for our collection of products chosen specifically for Montessori.)

FOR ALL TEACHERS:

  • ✔ Our products can be incorporated into your lessons in Botany, Geography, Nutrition, Emotions, and many more.

  • ✔ Use our felt products as book adaptations for storytelling time in a group setting.

  • ✔ Our cute character components are the visual, hands-on element children love while listening to a story and learning concepts and ideas on a range of topics.

  • ✔ Our "On The Farm" "Backyard Bugs," "Safari World," and "Town & Traffic" Soft Books can be used with a range of lessons.

  • ✔ Our felt books and character sets come with corresponding name tags so children can begin to learn about words and site recognition.

  • Do you have an idea for a product that would further enhance your curriculum? If so, please Contact us.

    "I met a 4 year old student while volunteering in Bosnia who would spend all day staring at the wall using his peripheral vision and flapping his hands. Everything we tried to bring him out of his inner world seemed to result in failure.

    Then we found the Jungle Play Wall. It caught his attention and was interactive. Within days he was verbally labeling the animals. When his teacher would ask him to ‘Give me the monkey,’ he would pick out the correct animal. We were all in tears. This is what he needed to break the pattern and open his world to become verbal. Thanks Pacific Kid!"

    Anna Krajcin, M.S., CCC-SLP, Clinical Supervisor at California State University, East Bay