3 years & up. Excellent and fun way to introduce early math skills. Each game has its own unique challenges, whether it is working on problem solving skills, memory, counting and number recognition, there is something for every child's level. The puzzle games include 20-30 self-correcting cards in different levels of play.
3 years & up. Explore and strengthen numeracy skills with honey bee number stones and colorful activity cards. Help children to move beyond counting to number recognition, odds and evens, sequencing and more. Set of 16 durable plastic cards features detailed, photographic images that will inspire children to explore matching, counting, ordering, even and odd numbers, and bonds/pairs. Available separately and as a set.
3 years & up. Develop early mathematical skills with Ladybug Stones and Ladybug Activity Cards. Available separately or in a set. Ladybug Stones (#62953): The Ladybug Stones are durable and weatherproof, they can be used to explore counting to 20, odd and even numbers, and addition and subtraction. Set includes two each of 0-10 (22 ladybugs) and an activity guide. Activity Cards (#63519): The detailed, photographic images will inspire children to explore early math skills such as matching, counting,… More »
5 years & up. Two-sided, laminated 11" x 11" cards provide 1" number squares from 1 to 100 on one side with blank grid for patterning and graphing activities on the reverse. Children can use these versatile hundreds boards for everything from math games to graphing. By using dry-erase markers, children can correct mistakes or begin a new activity with ease. Set of 10 cards.
The math dice assortment is a set of 36 foam 2" dice containing the following dice styles: 4 Number Dice 1 - 6, 4 Number Dice 7 - 12, 4 Operators Dice (+/-), 4 Six Function Dice, 8 Dot Dice, 4 Dice (+-x), 4 Number Word Dice 7 - 12, and 4 Number Word Dice 1 - 6. Dice comes in a polybag.
This 10 piece see-through set is perfect for little hands to learn how to write numbers on a light table and also great for tracing exercises. Each number measures 2"W x 3"H with raised edges and arrows showing the direction of how each one is drawn.
Everyday life is the basis for this fun and entertaining tale. Simple math concepts are embedded in the story, so young children will intuitively understand them. Creative suggestions for activities in the back of the book extend learning opportunities.