Place all image cards on the table. The USB stick contains 6 tracks with 5 sounds each. Listen carefully to the sounds and then try to find the corresponding image card. The track finishes after a sequence of 5 sounds. Afterwards, turn over the cards to check your answer.
Make a figure by matching images together. ‘Hexagon - nature’ addresses concentration, visual discrimination, spatial orientation, motor skills, and vocabulary as well as the discussion of an important topic in a playful manner. Contents:•30 wooden hexagons•2 plastic task cards (printed on both sides)•wooden box (33.5 × 22.5 × 7 cm)
How long will your story be? Place the dominoes in an order you come up with on your own and talk about it. Stimulates vocabulary and storytelling. Children practice basic words and place them in the right context. They learn to construct a story and to articulate correctly.
Stimulate visual discrimination skills by completing incomplete images. Combino - about me consists of various assignment cards, with 8 related transparent image cards. Children find the right connection and place the transparent image card on the corresponding image on the assignment card.
Look at the theme sheets and talk with the toddlers about what they see. Also look at the image cards and name the images. All the images can be found in the theme sheets. Children learn the meaning of basic words and to understand as well as use them in the right context.
Which of the objects shown on the assignment strip cannot be found on the theme sheet? The theme is the 4 seasons, whereby the same house and family is displayed in 4 different seasons. Children learn to recognize and name the seasons. They sort the matching objects and exclude what does not match.
With 'The Numbered Street', children learn in a playful manner about odd and even numbers. By using a situation from everyday life, learning becomes significant to children. Contents:•2 wooden playing pieces with street•20 wooden houses•wooden box (33.5 × 22.5 × 7 cm)
Calculating with fractions requires a certain degree of abstraction. In order to be able to deal with this properly, a solid foundation is very important. These ‘Fraction blocks’ allow children to calculate with fractions using concrete material and a clear representation of the fraction. Contents:•78 wooden blocks•wooden frame (26 × 26 cm)
With the 'Math blocks', the next step can be taken after the concrete splitting of numbers. With the arithmetic rods, numbers up to ten can be divided or added in a comprehensible way. For example, the rod of 5 is as long as those of 1 and 4 or as long as those of 2 and 3, and so on. Contents:•41 wooden blocks•wooden frame (26 × 26 cm)
By thinking about what happens before and after the activity on the task card, the child exercises the sense of cause and effect as well as the chronology of events. Vocabulary is also stimulated. Contents:•8 task cards•64 plastic image cards•wooden box (34 × 20 × 6 cm)