An introduction to the idea of recycling – sort the bags into the correct ‘bins’.
Will help young children learn about themselves and their families. In addition this set is good for counting and sorting as well as relationships.
This will help to reinforce counting, sorting, patterning, and other early math skills.
A sorting game. Group the plastic shapes by colour then stack the pieces on the sorting bar according to the work cards. Great for reinforcing matching and fine motor skills.
The tiles are colourful, and have a range of textures that include, smooth, bumpy, ridged, and rough. This provides a great way to engage a child’s senses and strengthen fine motor skills. As well as learning to find two matching shapes
An interactive and fun way to develop shape identification, sorting and fine motor skills with these brightly coloured photo cards and posting boxes. Sort the photos by their shape with the enclosed self-checking cards. 4 post boxes allow shapes to be
This game encourages development of visual perception by naming the items that belong together and “X” out the odd item out. it also helps to develop logic and reasoning skills.
Help young children learn all about themselves and their families. This resource is also great for counting, sorting, number and quality relationships, and patterning. There are 6 different shapes and colours to represent the people and pets in families.
A game to practice counting, sorting and identifying colours in an interactive and engaging way. The bowls stack, and the bigger birds can be used as finger puppets. Little learners will love matching birds and nests by color.
Four basic colours and players take turns to roll the dice and then stack their matching colour. Another game to help with hand/eye co-ordination and also introducing the concept of taking turns.