Pieces numbered 1 – 10 make the shape of a caterpillar.
A ‘soft’ set of dominoes.
Helps learn number recognition and at the same time introduces some basic colours.
Colourful rings, wooden posts of different lengths and patterned tiles combine to develop colour recognition, counting and sequencing skills and hand-eye coordination.
An introduction to numbers and counting using 10 numbered penguins.
A game to learn the numbers 1 – 10. Complete with ‘fish’ and magnetic rods. It will also help with hand/eye co-ordination.
This game strengthens strategic-thinking as well as counting, addition and subtraction skills.
These 88 colourful cars make a great introduction to non-standard measurement, encouraging problem-solving and critical thinking skills.
A bingo game introducing the concept of ‘hundreds’, ‘tens’ and ‘ones’.
Provides practice in identifying ten numbers, reading number words, and matching sets. This game also improves fine motor skills and develops early math skills.