18 months & up. This colorful set of 24 Pop 'Em Shapes provides multiple learning experiences for children. The vibrant pieces introduce six colors to enhance color recognition and the shapes printed on each piece allow for the identification of six basic shapes. Fine motor skills are enhanced as children push the pieces together and pull them apart. The learning continues as children sort and match the pieces by shape and color attributes.
18 months & up. The smooth, pleasing texture of the River Rocks invites children to engage in one of the early STEM activities listed in the included set of activity cards. Children can stack, sort, and use the River Rocks in the water table and a variety of other areas in the learning environment. Children will build a strong foundation in basic science, technology, engineering, and math skills. Incorporating River Rocks into the learning environment is the perfect way to introduce STEM for… More »
1 year & up. Shapes fit snugly in routed holes. Promotes color and shape recognition, color-matching, and sequencing. Sturdy wooden construction with rounded corners and smooth edges. Safe non-toxic paints with a clear finish.
2 years & up. This high quality wooden tray has eight 2" x 2" compartments for sorting, organizing, and defining a variety of items. Use in the math area for patterning and sorting activities, as an organizational tray for small items, or collecting items either indoors or outside. Measures 20"L x 3"W x 1" H.
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.
2 years & up. Invite children into a world of outdoor exploration as they seek out objects of certain colors and textures and complete early childhood sorting activities. The 24 tiles encourage three methods of discovery: by color, by texture, and by the object itself. Children can bring pieces of nature inside to sort or go on a nature hunt to find the natural items that match the words specified on the tiles. Either way, children are sure to enjoy the interactive indoor/outdoor component of… More »