A visual maths aid. It can be held and explored and the children learn which piece represents each number
Helps practise counting and matching numbers to quantities. Each ‘leaf’ has a self-correcting peg that only fits the matching ladybug, so the set is good for independent practice.
A fun way for children to learn about counting and colours. Each numbered and coloured egg holds a corresponding number of dinosaurs inside, so children learn about number correspondence too!
Helps to learn about numbers and recognize the figures; each cow features a number and corresponding spots for self-checking. This resource will also help with numerical order, counting, matching, colour identification and fine motor skills,
Good for practicing counting and number recognition skills as kids play. Each ‘rocket’ is made up of 3 pieces showing different representations of the same number.
Nine numbers combined with a range of animals in different colours provide an introduction to counting as well as colour and animal recognition.
Number skills are introduced along with the concept of cooking help with counting, sharing and vocabulary skills. The number slider will introduce time and temperature, and cutting food into 2, 3 or 4 equal pieces will help build math skills. Number Lovin’ Oven
Encouraging a fascination for numbers, this set contains two of each of the numbers 0–20, two of operations +, – and =, one of operations x and ÷. These pebbles have been cast from a special stone and resin mix and
6 wooden ‘barns’ and their corresponding farm animals will help with counting, sequencing, shape sorting, colour matching and more. This will also help identify different animals as each barn has the animal screened on one side, a shape cutout on the
A resource from the popular Lego family which will help with recognizing a variety of shapes and five major colours.