Identify, feel and learn the properties of these beautiful natural agates. This set contains 12 agate tablets with smooth surfaces and raw edges. Children can observe the natural colour and pattern inside the agate through light. Each tablet is unique in the world.
Assignment board trees each have 10 holes and are assigned numerals from 1 – 10. Children use green and red apples to fill the tree with the needed amount. Adding apples to trees is a tactile and vivid way to learn number combinations.
Copy shapes with help of square wooden blocks. Practice
comparing and filling areas. One side of the assignment card
shows the surface divided into blocks. The other side is more
challenging with only the total area of the shape visible.
A set of plastic bears in different colours and sizes,including 16 exercise with 3 to learn to name colour and shapes, but also to degrees of difficulty.This material is very suited count, compare and make series.
Children build in layers (from bottom to top) and rows (from back to front) in preparation for technical drawing. They must be able to analyse objects in terms of floor plans, sections, and views. The increase in difficulty ensures that children are introduced to spatial reasoning step by step
Play and practise money transactions. The register features push buttons, a money tray and a pretend credit card. Children gain a tangible sense of numbers and counting. The money display is connected to the cash register with a strong magnet.
Who will be the first to collect enough points to the numbers race? This game is all about being the first to collect the target number.Speed and good comprehension are needed, but becareful! Don’t let your neighbour steal your numbers!