Catalogue Educo Jegro 2018-lr

Language play (3–6 years)


Auditive discrimination

Visual discrimination

Tactile discrimination

Visual discrimination Visual discrimination is all about seeing differences with your eyes. The main goal is to see the differences and similarities of certain objects, shapes and letters. Playing memory or finding a certain shape inside the classroom are activities which stimulate visual discrimination.

Animal doku Challenging game based on the principle of the well-known Sudoku puzzles, as the rows and columns may have each item used only once. Children engage analytical and creative thinking while they concentrate to fill in the entire grid. With self-check. Contents:

• 6 plastic game boards • 60 plastic picture cards • 6 plastic control cards • wooden box (27.6 x 24 x 2.8 cm) E523352  Animal doku

What’s missing? One item is missing, can you find out what? Choose a theme board and matching assignment strip. Try to find the 3 items that are both on the theme board and the assignment strip. Learn to distinguish details and pick out key points. The assignment strips have an increase in degree of difficulty. Self-checking. Contents: • 4 plastic theme boards • 24 plastic assignment strips • wooden box (38 x 28 x 6 cm) E523300  What’s missing?

Details This colourful game engages the concept of parts of the whole and is an indirect preparation for reading. Children use the black frames to isolate the details from matching assignment cards. Perseverance is needed for finding position, shape and colours. With self-check.

Contents: • 4 plastic image boards • 48 plastic assignment cards

• 12 black frames • wooden box (27 x 20 x 3 cm)

307100  Details


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