1 year & up. Stack the shapes on opposite ends of the see-saw to create a balanced platform. Shapes fit snugly in routed holes. Promotes color and shape recognition, balancing, color-matching, and sequencing. Sturdy wooden construction with rounded corners and smooth edges. Safe non-toxic paints with a clear finish.
3 years & up. Children can practice fine motor skills while learning color-matching, shape recognition, and patterning. Simply have children match the brightly colored shapes to the correct design and complete the set on the cards. This game also promotes the development of problem-solving skills. For extra fun, have children create their own flower designs. The Flower Pot Sort and Match game includes six double-sided pattern cards, 44 pattern shapes, and a self-propping board with pegs and… More »
Includes three resource books: "Let's Take it Outside!: Teacher-Created Activities for Outdoor Learning", "Learning is in Bloom: Cultivating Outdoor Explorations", and "Preschool Beyond Walls: Blending Early Childhood Education and Nature-Based Learning".
12 months & up. Toddlers learn sorting and classifying skills as they sort the bright color plush objects into their correct color jars. Allow your child to strengthen their hand-eye coordination, fine motor and problem-solving skills, as well develop their vocabulary knowledge when they begin to identify and name the different colors and characters. Each jar has an attached lid and contains 4 sorting objects. 7"H.
This set of square plastic woven baskets provides a convenient, aesthetically pleasing solution for classroom organization. Use them for sorting activities or storage. Baskets are washable. Each basket measures 5" square.