Early Math

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Barnyard Activity Boxes
Barnyard Activity Boxes
Item: 30766
Status: In Stock
$78.95
2 years & up. Who lives in each barn? Colors and visual clues will help the animals find their way home. The 28-piece set includes wooden barns numbered from one to six and color-coordinated animals to match both the number and color on the barn. Great for working on counting, sequencing, shape-sorting and color matching skills!
Sorting and Matching Ducks with Pond Themed Cards
Sorting and Matching Ducks with Pond Themed Cards
Item: 71337
Status: In Stock
$55.95
2 years & up. Engage your children with this exciting Bright Color Sorting and Matching Ducks with Pond Themed Cards. Children will love sorting the ducks by color or using the pond cards for a simple patterning game. This activity promotes fine motor skills, color recognition, sequencing, and patterning. Encourage your children to call out the colors of the ducks as they use them. Includes 10 double sided cards and 24 fabric ducks. Cards wipe clean and ducks are machine washable.
Giant Linking Shapes - 16 Pieces
Giant Linking Shapes - 16 Pieces
Item: 34760
Status: In Stock
$79.95
2 years & up. 16 over-sized interlocking shapes in four bright colors are easy for toddlers to grasp and link. Great for sorting, patterning, sequencing, and lessons in colors and shapes. These lightweight chunky shapes are easy to clean and can be used indoors and outdoors. Contains 4 each of square, rectangle, triangle and circle shapes in 4 colors. Largest piece measures 9.5"L x 7"W.
Size and Sequence Farm Puzzles - Set of 4
Size and Sequence Farm Puzzles - Set of 4
Item: 63419
Status: Temporarily Out of Stock
$54.95
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.