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The material contained in the package is useful for familiarizing children with numbers by developing the recognition of both numbers and quantities, and the ability to sequence and sort the numbers in a progressive and regressive way, reconstructing a real number index.
In this fun memory game, children must associate the animal shown on the card with its own coat. The animals are divided according to the environment where they live: 5 animals from a meadow, 5 from a jungle, 5 from a savannah, 5 from the forest, and 5 from a farm. This creates the possibility of playing in dierent ways.
With this game, children can observe, compare and associate each object with its own opposite, thus acquiring familiarity with several concepts of “opposites” and stimulating the development of logical thought of comparisons and the capacities of observations and association. There are various procedures for playing it.
Have fun associating many happy and delightful animals with their own young and with the food that each prefers. The self-corrective insertions will help you to develop logical thought.
Children can assemble the large illustrated puzzle and learn how to recognise the alphabet and theri first words, thanks also to the original pre-shaped letters that are inserted vertically in a self-correcting way.
Children will enjoy completing the 6 environment-cards with the equivalent 30 shaped objects, and then moving them, thus building a large house. To do this, they can play freely, or else carry out the first classifications, dividing the objects up in accordance with the microenvironment to which they belong.
This game is inspired by the teachings of Maria Montessori both because it involves various sensory channels in order to make it a more effective, playful experience, and also because it is based on the three-period method, which promotes spontaneous, natural learning.
Children touch the emery letters, associate the graphemes with the word and, thanks to the special self-correcting tokens, learn the alphabet and can distinguish longer and shorter words.
By means of touch, children can recognise and draw the small letters out of the bag, thus forming longer and shorter words. The winner is the first person to complete his or her card! We suggest letting each child draw out one letter at a time.
Put the self-correcting puzzle of the animals together, and learn how to read and write your first words. In addition, you can animate the animal shapes with the adhesive eyes.
Seven progressive puzzles with large, super-sturdy tokens suitable also for extremely young children! The animals can also be piled up, starting from the largest ones down to the smallest ones.
Visual Perfection Develop visual memory Recognize shapes Classify segúnlas similarities, analogies and differences Develop the capacity space.

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