Catalogue Educo Jegro 2018-lr

Mathematical play (3–6 years)


Colour and shape

Sorting and serializing

Spatial orientation

Mathematical play

(3–6 years)

Sorting and serializing Sorting and serializing is all about the set theory. The main goal for children is to recognise and to arrange objects in a certain order based on one or more characteristics. Sorting blocks by colour or putting blocks in an order from small to large are activities that stimulate sorting and serializing.

Sort-build-count Create your own constructions and patterns. Use the blocks to experiment with various colours and sizes. Position the blocks in the frame to develop spatial reasoning and fine motor skills. Contents: • 25 wooden blocks in 5 lengths and colours • wooden frame with plastic sections (23 x 23 x 4.5 cm) 3005200  Sort-build-count

Which is wrong? Name and describe items that belong together and select 1 item that does not. There are 4 items on the assignment card, place the red x on the wrong item. The reverse side of the assignment card has a key to check play. Contents: • 24 plastic assignment cards • 24 transparent plastic cards with red x • wooden box (34 x 20 x 6 cm) E522865  Which is wrong?

Bear game Match the colourful bears with the assignment cards at three levels of difficulty. Children align the bears to the pictures and also tell the series. Learn to name colours, count, compare sizes and make a series. Contents: • 16 plastic assignment cards • plastic bears in 4 sizes and colours • wooden box (34 x 20 x 6 cm) E522907  Bear game


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