3 years & up. Children can create dough eggs to put in the birds nest! Each dough mat has a numeral and corresponding counting dots so children know how many dough eggs to make and place in the nest. These mats are a wonderful and engaging way to incorporate math and fine motor skills. Measures 8.5" x 11". Set of 9.
3 years & up. This exciting manipulative is sure to have children interest in math. Children will start to grasp concepts of numerical value when they count the numbers of leaves and place them on the appropriate branch. Each of the four colors of leaves represents a different numeral that matches the corresponding number of leaves. Incorporate a math activity to encourage the development of STEM skills. The vinyl material is easy to clean.
3 years & up. Perfect for independent or collaborative learning, this math kit helps develop basic concepts of measurement, number recognition, counting, patterns, sequencing, and more. Kit includes 10 transparent numbers with tracking lines for writing guidance, a large child-friendly tape measure, KidConnectors , and a fun math story. The included KidCounters includes 100 counters, 10 of each color, plus 25 two-sided activity cards.
3 years & up. Introduce early math, science, and literacy concepts, as well as fine motor skills, in a fun and engaging way by utilizing included materials on your light table. Over 200 pieces including transparent numerals, 2 and 3 dimensional shapes, circular dots, and bead-filled shapes - all in a variety of colors! Three sorting trays and an activity guide are also included.
3 years & up. Counting is more than reciting numbers that have been memorized in sequence. This kit and the related activities will help develop an understanding that numbers represent sets of objects and each number matches one object in a set. Being able to match or pair items one-to-one is an important concept for math readiness. Includes hands-on manipulatives, books, and a selection of related activities to optimize the learning experience. This kit supports parent involvement and early… More »