We are an award-winning British toy brand, bringing nursery rhymes to life. Each of our products are designed around the Early Years Learning Goals to ensure that children can learn through ‘play’ while engaging with their favourite rhymes, controlling the characters and storylines.
At the Toy Fair 2024, Fabula Toys will be unveiling our first licensed range of toys – for young football fans of top global clubs in Europe. Each of the toys are designed for hours of fun, brand engagement as well as generating gender & cultural diversity in the world of sports.
Incy Wincy Spider
Set of 2 sensory, story-telling gloves made of soft fleece material. AGE: 0+
The Finger Family
Set of 10 large & high quality finger puppets to create family set up & create awareness about diversity. AGE: 0+
If You're Happy & You Know it
Large, inflatable dice with easy actions on different faces to facilitate group play and physical activity with a culturally diverse family, as well as a little buy character on a wheelchair. AGE: 0+
Wheels on the Bus
Large, pop-up tent great to create an indoor/ outdoor play space while learning about the various characters & animals and their sounds. AGE: 0+
Five Little Monkeys
Educational everyone's a winner boardgame for 3+ years to use the popular rhyme to learn numbers and colours. AGE: 3+
Incy Wincy Spider - tutorial
This video explores the popular fabula play gloves, inspired by the Incy Wincy Spider nursery rhyme. Watch to find out more about its features and how it can help young children build on Early Learning Skills outlined by the British Department of Education.This sensory toy is especially relevant when engaging with young babies who can benefit from it's sensory nature and bond with grownups.
The Finger Family - tutorial
Ever wondered what might be a good way to introduce your child to a new baby on the way? Well, The Finger Family set from fabula, based on the popular nursery rhyme, might just be your answer! It is also perfect to help toddlers recognise all the existing members of their family or dramatically act out a bedtime story! This set of 10 plush finger puppets is multicultural, allowing children to learn about inclusion from an early age - along with other important Early Years Learning Skills outlined by the British Department of Education. And not to forget, we also have a pet puppy and kitten to complete your family!
If You're Happy & You Know It - tutorial
Who doesn't like the nursery rhyme - If you're happy and you know it? It's been such a big part of our childhoods, it's now time to make it a big part of our children's! With our inflatable dice, children can roll 6 different ends to the popular rhyme and set themselves a fun action challenge with each! Whether it is to 'clap hands' or 'shout hurray!' this toy is a great way to get your little one some regular exercise. Along with many other Early Years Learning Goals set by the British Department of Education, the characters on the product sensitively explore the concept of inclusion across cultures as well as abilities.
Wheels on the Bus - tutorial
In this video, we take a look at fabula's super fun tent for everyone - Wheels on the Bus! Exploring both, the 'swish swish!' of the wipers as well as the 'moo moo!' of the cows, this product is ideal for learning about association, vocabulary and other important Early Years Learning Skills outlined by the British Department of Education. Not only does it fit your child, all their toys and their friends inside comfortably; thanks to a unique top window - it also allows you to check on them without having to intrude into their space! This video also shares a quick step-by-step instruction on how to fold and fit this tent into the accompanying carry-bag, so it can travel with your little one wherever they please!
Five Little Monkeys - tutorial
Did you always think the Five Little Monkeys rhyme was about being naughty? Well then, check out this early-start board game for 3 year olds and older by fabula toys! With no winners or losers, it teaches children important social skills such as playing together, waiting their turn and cheering for each other along with other Early Years Learning Goals, as indicated by the UK Department of Education. Let's bring nursery rhymes to life!