6 years - 9 years. This primary math resource offers over 100 games played with dice and regular cards. Games match appropriate skill levels and the primary skills are covered, such as counting, numeration, patterning, and operations. Ideal for grades K through 3.
3 years & up. Learning math and measurements has never been so fun! Introduce simple math skills and weight comparisons with this happy monster scale. Three difficulty levels means that this fun monster grows with your family. Ideal for introducing early STEAM concepts. Fosters hand-eye coordination development and interaction cognition. Includes 107 pieces. Measurements are 15"L x 5.6"W x 7.1"H.
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".
18 months & up. The 1-10 Stackers will help children learn early number concepts and are ideal to support early number sense and counting. The stacker bases measure 2" and show four different representations for each number: numeral, standard 1-5 dice array, random dot array, and 10-frame pattern. Made from responsibly sourced beech wood, each set includes ten number posts (2.5"-7") and 55 rings.
4 years & up. Students can group items or concepts with similar and different attributes by making circles into a Venn diagram or other visual tool. Set of 6 collapsible circles include 2 each of red, blue and yellow. Hoops measure 20".
3 years & up. Teach children about colors, sorting, and patterning with this bamboo peg board with 2 different sized pegs for varying degrees of difficulty. Contains 25 large and 25 small pegs in 5 different colors, 3 full-sized activity cards, pegboard, and activity guide.