2 years & 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. This elegant set of BeginAgain "first blocks" teaches numbers, counting, colors, grabbing, and stacking. Made from sustainably harvested rubber wood, each of the ten, 1.25" square blocks are numbered on one side. Each block is stained a different color with a non-toxic, child safe stains. Easy clean up and display with the rectangular storage box.
2 years & up. Ten adorable elephants link together tail to trunk. Each blanket is color coded to match the one that comes next in the sequence. Reinforces number recognition, sequencing and color matching. 5 large and 5 small elephants. Large elephants measure 4.25"L x 2.25"H.
2 years & up. Fun alligator themed tweezers sized right for toddlers. The easier tension and smaller size will make it easy for toddler to use. Great for developing fine motor skills, games, and sorting activities. 4" long. Set of 12 in 6 colors.
12 months & up. Set of six colorful chicks peek out of their plastic egg carton and are ready for fun. Press the chick and hear him squeak. Play simple matching games by matching the chicks expressive eyes to their shells or matching the shapes on the bottom of each shell to the bottom of the carton. Great for early color recognition.
2 years & up. Encourage curiosity, coordination and discovery with this sturdy foam mirror and soft sea creature shapes. Shapes placed on the mirror help children learn symmetry and reasoning once the full reflection appears.
18 months & up. Help your children exercise their color and shape recognition skills with this Babysaurs Sorting Set. Inside the colorful eggs friendly baby dinosaurs hide leaving their footprints outside to be counted! This activity helps children practice fine motor skills, counting, sorting, matching, and problem solving. The dinosaurs can also be used as finger puppets for imaginative dramatic play. Includes 16 pieces.
2 years & up. These 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. Bring excitement to counting with these smiling Farm Counters. These colorful pieces promote fine motor skills, important early math skills, dramatic play, and color recognition. Use these counters for a visual lesson about addition and subtraction. These colorful animals also double as finger puppets! Have children identify the colors of the animal or the sounds they make. This set includes six each of five animals (cow, horse, rooster, pig, and sheep) and an activity guide.… More »
12 months & up. The Natural Architect Panel Set is designed to complement and expand play value of the Rainbow Architect Blocks. Used in between rainbow block shapes, these add another layer of exploration and creativity to open-ended building. Each shape group includes 6 pieces and the large set includes 24 pieces.
2 years & up. Toddlers match shapes and colors while practicing taking turns and having a pretend picnic in the park. Pull surprises out of Panda's picnic basket and develop early language, early math, matching and fine motor learning skills. Includes 16 food pieces, 3 plate pieces, fabric blanket, basket, instructions and guide.
18 months & up. Children build fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination placing easy-to-grasp rings on Max's four antlers. Sort multi-texture rings by color or pattern for early math skills practice. Rings pack away inside a back compartment. All pieces can be easily wiped clean. Includes 13 pieces.
12 months & up. The Shape Sorting & Matching Egg Playset helps small children learn colors and shapes, while developing hand dexterity and logical problem solving skills. Children match the top and bottom of these 12 easy-to-grasp eggs by aligning the different colors and shapes. These toy eggs are made of high quality, durable, non-toxic, BPA free plastic and contain no sharp edges. Egg Playset comes in a lifelike toy plastic egg carton that measures 11.6" x 4.3" x 3.0".… More »
2 years & up. Chunky manipulative cubes are easy for small hands to grasp and connect, and they help children develop number concepts through open-ended play. Cubes come in an assortment of four colors and are 1.5" on each side. They encourage patterning, sorting, counting and comparing.
18 months & up. These tweezers help toddlers develop pincer grasp, an important early fine motor skill. Ergonomic depressions on each tweezer guide proper grip. Can be used with manipulatives, early counting and science lessons, etc. Approximately 5.5"L x 2"W. Assorted colors. Available in sets of 6 and 12.
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.
2 years & up. This set of six Tongs are great for developing and refining fine motor skills. Children will learn how to control their hand muscles while they grasp, hold, move, and release items. Tongs are 6" long.
12 months & up. Stacking and nesting with additional early math benefits. Cups are volumetrically correct & sequentially sized for interaction. Designed with raised edges to make stacking easier, each cup is numbered and has a molded design on the bottom for dough or sand fun. Cleaning: Immerse in warm water, add dish detergent if necessary, air dry. Includes 12 pieces.