Catalogue Educo Jegro 2018-lr

Mathematical play (3–6 years)


Colour and shape

Sorting and serializing

Spatial orientation

Spatial orientation Spatial orientation is all about a sense of direction, visualization, and reading maps. The main goal for children is to develop an insight into the surrounding environment with the use of concepts such as location, order, and direction. Imitating each other's posture, building, mirroring, and reproducing are activities that stimulate spatial orientation.

Figurogram Promote abstract thinking and creativity with this fascinating activity. Create the geometric image by following assignment cards. For a challenging game, recreate one quarter of an image which is completed when reflected in the mirrors. Shape, pattern and spatial relationships take a new perspective. The assignment cards have an increase in degree of difficulty. Contents: • 48 plastic shapes • 18 plastic assignment cards • plastic safety mirror • wooden box (35 x 19 x 8 cm) E522231  Figurogram E522232  Figurogram extra shapes (48)

Search and find - shadow and contour Fun variation on the memory match game concept. Insert one assignment card into the game box upper shelf and try to find the related pairs by lifting the green discs. Children combine objects with shadows and contours. Durable and versatile, this boxed set keeps all the items in place. Contents: • 8 assignment boards • 12 wooden green discs

• wooden game board / storage box (32 x 32 x 6 cm) E523311  Search and find - shadow and contour

Shadow game Name and describe items that belong together and select 1 item that does not. There are 4 items on the assignment cards, place an x ​on the wrong item. Turn the assignment card on its reverse side in order to check your answer. Contents:

• 4 assignment boards • 32 plastic image cards • wooden box (34 x 20 x 6 cm) E522864  Shadow game


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