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This preschool games helps develop number recognition and reinforces the skill of counting to 1 - 10. As they play, children will become more confident with numbers and will reach new levels of mathematics as they grow in age and develop more knowledge.
The shape sorter cash register is a really fun toy by WinFun range of toys. This toy has two modes of play from the learning mode to the fun play mode. The learning mode introduces numbers 1-6, counting, shapes, colours and objects. The fun play mode consists of phrases and sound effects. The pretend coins come in the storage drawer.
Get ready for a feast of number and counting learning fun with LeapFrog Fridge Numbers Magnetic Number Set for little picnickers ages 2 and up. Help Scout pack a picnic lunch with 20 singing and talking number and food tiles that serve as entries to learning early math skills, colors and food groups. Place a food tile in Scout's picnic basket to hear the number and count along with Scout - "One-Two! Two carrots! Look for the number two."Then press the music note button to hear Scout sing a number song chock full of cuteness! Fridge Numbers includes 10 food tiles and 10 number tiles for matching play. Matching numbers to corresponding food tiles reinforces number learning and teaches the critical notion that they're more than symbols they represent quantities. Place a food tile in the basket to hear colors, counting and a helping of fun phrases like "How do you make a strawberry shake? You put it in the freezer!" and "Strawberries are a fruit!" "Can you find another fruit?". Requires three AAA batteries to operate (demo batteries included).
Count, measure, match colors and use 5 handy tools to build Scout a house. Then take it apart and build it again!
This playful puppy chasing game has 2 modes of play, Learning mode - which teaches 1-2-3 numbers and shapes and Music mode - with fun sounds and cheerful melodies. With the 2 modes of play and the movable head and wagging tail, it makes an educational and fun toy for babies.
Learning numbers and basic math has never been this much fun. this colorful set of math puzzle cards provides children an excellent introduction to number recognition, counting and basic addition and subtraction. the 30 puzzle cards feature 10 cards of counting, 10 cards of addition and 10 cards of subtraction. the puzzles are self-correcting — only cards with the correct answer will fit together. a fun way to learn basic mathematics.
Let's Measure Another innovative game from Creative's will help find out all about measurement like ; How much does this cat weight? What is length of the caterpillar? How many litters of oil in the can? etc. It includes a variety of examples requiring children to observe and read the reading /measurement on the object cards and match them with their corresponding Readings on the measurement cards. The game covers grams, kilograms, millimetres, centimetres, meters, litters, millilitres, litres, centigrade, minutes and hours. It also contains 24 two piece self- correcting match-ups and an Activity Guide.
Puzzlesum is a Maths crossword game where children take Number tiles and Equaliser tiles and builds mathematical equations on the colourful Play Board. With every equation created, children practice and reinforce the mathematical facts and operations to score points. For each correct equation players are given the score and once the game is over, points are added. The player with maximum points wins the game.
This durable plastic balance is designed for learning mass and hands-on measurement.
Time to get into Fraction Action! Play two fab family favourites, Snap and Pairs, using fraction concepts. For example, in order to play Snap with this fantastic deck of cards, you would be trying to snap cards that equal the same value. For example, 50 percentage and 0.50 or 1/4 and 25 percentage would snap with each other. To play Pairs, simply turn all the cards upside down and turn two over to see if they match. If they do, then you keep them; if not, you turn them back face down. The aim is to collect all the cards. Two fun games in one that help children learn important maths concepts. Helping children gain a head start at school in a challenging subject, Fraction Action Snap is the smarter way to play Snap and Pairs!
Your Number's Up! Is a fast-paced number game of addition and subtraction for two to six players. The object of the game is to score as many points as possible, by completing simple sums. The first players lays a number card down and subsequent players have completed the sum. The player competing the sum takes the thre cards as ther trick and starts the next round. Sounds easy? Well maybe! What happens if you cannot complete the sum? You have to pick up a spare card and wait for you next turn! This game can be played by people with leve of ability and our testing we found some people wth devious minds who tried to stop others winning trick! It is a great teaching aid to help children with their number bonds. it's a fun game... but make sure your number isn't up by having a handful of cards at end! Two games in one: For young children you can play this game using only the cards numbered 1-10, for older children use all the card!
Feel superior in an essential school subject with Four Function Snap. This is a brilliant way to enjoy two family favourites, Snap and Pairs, using addition, subtraction, division and multiplication concepts. For example, playing Snap with this fantastic deck of cards, you would be trying to snap cards that equal the same value like 10 and 5 plus 2 or 25 minus 5 and 15 plus 5.
This unique deck of cards lets you play two family favourites, Snap and Pairs, using subtraction facts within 10. When playing Snap with this delightful deck of cards you are trying to snap equivalents. For example 9 - 6 and 4 - 1 would snap with each other.
Adding up to a success! Help the little ones build up their early years number concepts through playing Snap and Pairs in this great deck.
Animals attract kid’s attention. Complete with work cards, level stickers, question sheets and user’s guide. Features Easy storage of beam
Time to get into Fraction Action! Play two fab family favourites, Snap and Pairs, using fraction concepts. For example, in order to play Snap with this fantastic deck of cards, you would be trying to snap cards that equal the same value. For example, 50 percentage and 0.50 or 1/4 and 25 percentage would snap with each other.
This new card game will be of particular help to pupils in year 4 to distinguish between regular and irregular shapes. The pack includes triangles, quadrilaterals, pentagons, hexagons, heptagons, octagons, nonagons and decagons. This will make a fun resource to help children to become quicker at identifying different shapes.
Time to tune your times tables! This learning device enables you to play two family favourites, Snap and Pairs using times tables. For example, when playing Snap with this fantastic deck of cards, you would be trying to snap cards that equal the same number, such as 4 x 3 and 6 x 2 or 5 x 4 and twenty.
What's the Point? Fun is! That's the point. This visual learning game lets players match the value of their tile cards with the value of the spinner, using either fractions, decimals or percentages. All abilities can play together as tile cards may have to be given, taken and swapped - it depends where the spinner is pointing! This educational game is great to practise your maths knowledge; play on your own or with the whole family.
A great way to encourage children to learn all about fractions. This unique deck of cards lets you play two family favourites, Snap and Pairs. For example playing snap with this fantastic deck of cards you would be trying to snap cards that relate to each other. To play pairs, simply turn all the cards upside down and turn two over to see if they match. If they do then you keep them, if not you turn them back face down. The aim is to collect all the cards. Two fun games in one that help children to learn. All Snap and pairs games are made in the UK, using FSC paper and card responsibly sourced for greener games. Helping children gain a head start at school in a challenging subject.
BrainBox My First Maths is a fun way to help younger children engage with basic mathematical concepts, including numbers, shapes and measurement. Designed for children in Key Stage One, this game has been developed by an experienced primary school teacher, is suitable for all ability levels and is great fun! The object of the game is to study a card for 10 seconds and then answer a question based on the roll of a die. If the question is answered correctly, the card is kept, and the person with the most number of cards after 5 or 10 minutes is the winner. Made from a minimum of 70 percentage recycled material and designed in the UK, the BrainBox range is fabulous fun.
This unique deck of cards lets you play two family favourites, Snap and Pairs, using the five and ten times tables. When playing Snap with this delightful deck of cards you are trying to snap equivalents. For example 4 x 5 and 2 x 10 would snap with each other.
Add new excitement to mealtime with these educational and entertaining double-sided, write on, wipe off placemats. These durable activity mats are ideal for use with our write on, wipe off multi-colored crayons and are available in a range of topics from math to maps!
Maths Snap Plus lets you play two classic family favourites, Snap and Pairs, by matching equivalents using all four rules of number plus indices and square roots. For example 50 - 38 snaps with 4 x 3. To play Pairs, simply turn all the cards upside down and turn two over to see if they match. If they do, then the cards are kept; if not, they are put back face down. The aim of the game is to collect all the cards, creating two fun games in one! Helping children gain a head start at school in a challenging subject, Maths Snap Plus is the smarter way to play Snap and Pairs!
This unique deck of cards lets you play two family favourites, Snap and Pairs, using addition facts to 10. When playing Snap with this delightful deck of cards you are trying to snap equivalents. For example 4 plus 5 and 2 plus 7 would snap with each other.
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