18 months & up. From a friendly firefighter to a caring doctor, this set of eight community workers represents many of the occupations children see throughout their community. These figures are easy to grip and perfect for an interactive lesson about careers. Children will delight as they identify familiar faces from their community, some they may know personally. These Community Workers are the perfect way to have a conversation about children's future occupations all while promoting fine motor… More »
18 months & up. These cool looking, sturdy plastic trucks have moving parts that make play time more exciting. Children will enjoy lifting the cabs to play with the removable drivers and hooking the trucks together to form a truck train. Each truck measures approximately 11 1/2"W x 7 1/2"H. Buy all 4 together as a set or purchase individually. Colors may vary.
3 years & up. Lacing is a classic fine motor activity for children. The simultaneous use of children?s hands and eyes as they insert the tip of the string or ribbon into the holes improves their eye-hand coordination. By using the index finger and the thumb to grasp the tip of the string, children are building their pincer grip. This set of 4 durable lacing boards with realistic zoo animal images and 4 strings is the ideal toy for your child to develop their fine motor skills while having fun!… More »
2 years & up. Children can create dough objects to put on the dough mats! Each mat has a letter and corresponding object for children to make and place on the mat. These mats are a wonderful and engaging way to incorporate literacy and fine motor skills. Gently wipe clean with a damp cloth, air dry. Measures 8.5" x 11". Set of 26.
1 year & up. Introduces size, shape, and all 26 letters of the alphabet. Different letters and textures on each panel. Stack them, nest them inside one another, or reverse the cube for another design and texture. Colors and fabrics may vary.
1 year & up. Shapes fit snugly in routed holes. Promotes color and shape recognition, color-matching, and sequencing. Sturdy wooden construction with rounded corners and smooth edges. Safe non-toxic paints with a clear finish.
3 years & up. Children can create dough eggs to put in the birds nest! Each dough mat has a numeral and corresponding counting dots so children know how many dough eggs to make and place in the nest. These mats are a wonderful and engaging way to incorporate math and fine motor skills. Gently wipe clean with a damp cloth, air dry. Measures 8.5" x 11". Set of 9.
Utilizing block shelf labels to organize the block area allows children to clearly and confidently interact with all the block area has to offer. It also helps children develop organizational skills as they put away blocks and match them to the correct label. The simple and specific block shelf labels complement all block sets, are visually appealing, and invite children into the space. Includes 85 dark brown, adhesive, precut labels. Surface clean labels with warm water and mild soap.
24 months & up. If there are 3 blue counters and 2 green counters, how many total counters do we have? Start your math, color, and coordination skills early with this color-coded counter. The base of the counter features colored numbers and matching posts, with 16 color-coded stack-able pieces. You can COUNT on this sturdy wooden toy to last for years!
18 months & up. The arctic animals in this set are detailed in texture, traits, and size. Children will enjoy learning about each of the animals through engaging, hands-on learning experiences. Each set comes with six animals and an activity guide. The animals range in size from approximately 2" to 3" in height, 3" to 6" in length and 1" to 3" in diamater. Animals are made of non-phthalates PVC.
18 months & up. These six friends ready to go on adventures along with the neighborhood's dog and cat! These figures in brightly colored clothing are great for role-playing activities and developing oral language skills. Encourage dramatic play and fine motor functions with this easy to grip set of neighborhood friends. Use these figures in a lesson about the importance of diversity, friendship, and getting along. Each friend measures 2.75" tall and twists at the waist.