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.
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 other early math skills. Bears measure 1.5" high. Set of 30.
18 months & up. Bring excitement to counting with these 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. Animals measure 2.25" each.
2 years & up. Ten elephants link together tail to trunk. Each blanket is color coded to match the one that comes next in the sequence. Each elephant blanket also displays a number. 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. 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.