18 months & up. Support fine motor skills in children by adding Vehicle Match-Ups to your selection of toddler toys! This set offers 6 vehicles that children can sort, match, and drive around as a hands-on way to introduce and reinforce shapes, colors, and transportation. The vehicles are comprised of two sections that children can connect together. Each of the vehicles has its own shape for self-correction: square, rectangle, star, circle, triangle, and heart. Set includes boat, bus, ambulance,… More »
18 months & up. Introduce early math concepts, such as counting, problem-solving, sequencing, comparing, and classifying, while exercising fine motor skills with these brightly colored puzzles. Children will enjoy lining up these easy to grip familiar farm puzzle pieces from smallest to largest. Use the Size and Sequence Farm Puzzle in a lesson about animals or crops found on a farm. Encourage children to identify objects and colors as they solve this set of self-correcting puzzles.
12 months & up.These colorful, textured ladybugs are perfect for introducing important math skills, facial expressions, and color recognition. These ladybugs crinkle and hook together with magnets. Use these ladybugs as counters in a visual lesson about addition and subtraction. Have children count the dots on each ladybug's wings or identify its color. Each ladybug is 3.5" long. Surface wash. Set of 8. Jar included for easy cleanup and storage.
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!
2 years & up. Sort the ducks by color or use with the pond themed cards for a simple patterning game. Includes 10 double sided cards and 24 fabric ducks. Cards wipe clean and ducks are machine washable.
2 years & up. These friendly, colorful bears are the perfect figures to help children become more confident in their counting. The chunky Papa Bear Counters are easy to grip and promote fine motor skills, color recognition, and early math skills. Use these for an interactive lesson about addition and subtraction. For extra learning have children identify the colors of the bears they use to count with. Bears measure 1.5" high. Set of 30.
18 months & up. This colorful set of 24 Pop 'Em Shapes provides multiple learning experiences for children. The vibrant pieces introduce six colors to enhance color recognition and the shapes printed on each piece allow for the identification of six basic shapes. Fine motor skills are enhanced as children push the pieces together and pull them apart. The learning continues as children sort and match the pieces by shape and color attributes.
12 months & up. Sixteen plush turtles in 4 different colors and 4 designs. Children combine fine motor skills as they pick them up and place them in a row, match them side by side, or learn cognitive skills as they learn to count. Surface wash. Each turtle is approximately 5" long.
18 months & up. The smooth, pleasing texture of the River Rocks invites children to engage in one of the early STEM activities listed in the included set of activity cards. Children can stack, sort, and use the River Rocks in the water table and a variety of other areas in the learning environment. Children will build a strong foundation in basic science, technology, engineering, and math skills. Incorporating River Rocks into the learning environment is the perfect way to introduce STEM for… More »
This colorful growth chart allows children to keep track of their growth and see how tall they are while encouraging them to feel a sense of pride and esteem. The colorful presence of the chart makes it the perfect addition to any classroom wall decor for the entirety of the year. Sturdy and protected classroom chart is generously sized at 4'H x 8.5"W.