3 years & up. Introduce children to basic math concepts such as counting, sorting and sequencing with this eco-friendly math set. The ECO Math Connectable Bears set includes 10 double sided challenge cards that are simple enough for children to work independently or use the set as a small group. Includes 4 boards, 64 bears and 10 double sided cards.
3 years & up. The Wooden Math Number Tiles Educational Toy is the perfect STEM toy for teaching children addition and subtraction. Playset comes with training board and 110 math equation pieces for fun learning play. Calculation board includes math tiles that allow you to make equations with the numbers 1 through 20. Improve math and fine motor skills at the same time. Training board measures 15.2" x 9.3" x 2.4".
Ages 3 & up. Invite children to investigate early math concepts through this hands-on, tactile activity set! Each leaf is designed with raised bugs and lines on both sides to provide a variety of textures. The included activity cards have nature and seasonal themes that prompt children to count, sort, and practice patterns. Includes 36 Sensory Leaves, 10 Double-Sided Activity Cards, and 1 Multilingual Activity Guide. Made out of 100% recycled plastic.
4 years & up. With colorful wooden beads, this Abacus Educational Toy serves as a visual math aid for your child's first encounters with arithmetic. Children can practice adding and subtracting while sliding the wooden beads over the metal arches mounted on the sturdy wooden frame. Encourages fine motor skills and color recognition while reinforcing mathematical concepts. Beads come in 10 different colors. Abacus measures 12" x 3.3" x 5.9".
3 years & up. Encourage children to practice early handwriting and number formation, while reinforcing letter and number recognition, with these Chalkboard-Based Alphabet & Number Puzzles! Each puzzle consists of a chalkboard base with tracers and indented spaces, allowing the child to practice printing letters or numbers without "going out of the lines." Use the indented spaces to trace the shapes of the letters or numbers with their fingers, or use a piece of chalk to print,… More »