March the pieces & learn about the changes that take place between the beginning to adult lives of different animal groups/plants.
- Visual Discrimination
- Keen Observation
- Understanding Natural Processes
- Logical Order
- Inquiry & Discovery
Yoga is one form of practice which includes breath control and specific body postures (asanas), that provides a range of physical, spiritual and mental relaxation. It teaches children to be calm, while gaining awareness of the bodies, self control and discipline. Like adults, children have to deal with their own stress in life. Moving house, starting a new school, preparing for a new sibling – these are all stressful events that affect children. Children need a way to manage stress and anxiety and one form of practice is teaching children yoga.
Focus Skills are : Visual discrimination
Ability to sort
Concept of “SIZE”
Fine motor skills
Has 3 matching games to discover small, medium & LARGE! Contents (1) 16 set of 3 piece self correcting puzzles. (2) The 3 bears game and 3 play boards &21 Item cards. (3) an activity guide.
Who will build the most fantastic pyramid of Elephants? Taking turns to throw the die to find out how many elephants you have to add to the pyramid. The player who puts the last elephant on the pyramid wins the game. But watch out! if the pyramid crashes, you lose!
This a fun building game that will help your child develop hand-eye coordination while inspiring their creativity. AGES 3+