A perfect first manipulative! Five two-sided boards with ten recessed design templates are ready to fill with these brightly colored geometric shapes. Complete the pictures, or create your own designs and matching activities. Everything stores neatly in the sturdy wooden storage box.
Unlock, unlatch, open the hinged panels, and count on finding fun when the pictures beneath are revealed! Kids will delight in discovering what's hiding behind the locked and latched panels on this wooden play board and educational toy in one. They can seek out a specific picture, race to open and close the doors, or tell a story inspired by what they find. A great way to build fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination while learning colors, numbers, animals, and more!
Designed for hours of play and ideal for travel, this wooden magnetic board includes 120 colorful geometric magnets. Younger children will enjoy using the shapes to replicate the 12 geometric pictures included, while older children will enjoy creating mosaic patterns and pictures directly on the magnetic board. This set comes packaged in a convenient, snap-top, phthalate-free carry case with sturdy handles.
Follow one of ten design templates or create your own mosaic using these 120 colorful wooden tiles. Matching and mosaics--what a gorgeous way to develop fine motor skills!
This preschool-friendly clock features color-coded minute and hour hands that spin around with a simple push . . . but no matter where they point, it's always time for learning and fun! Kids can match the colors, sort the shapes, and solve the puzzle as they manipulate the color blocks and turn the hands, building cognitive and motor skills all the while. Extension activities printed right on the box encourage parent-and-child play, helping children begin to master early-learning concepts as they gain familiarity with the form of a clock and concepts of time.
This is a truly eggcelent addition to any play kitchen! Children can match the six different yolk colors--red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple--then use the wooden knife to slice the eggs apart and mix them up or play memory games. Great for imaginative play and fine motor skills, this wooden toy is also an excellent way to discuss concepts of color (primary, secondary) and fractions (half, whole).