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!
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.
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.
2 years & up. This high quality wooden tray has eight 2" x 2" compartments for sorting, organizing, and defining a variety of items. Use in the math area for patterning and sorting activities, as an organizational tray for small items, or collecting items either indoors or outside. Measures 20"L x 3"W x 1" H.