Tools We Use
There are 14 sets of problems, tools and their solutions to match. As children put pictures of these sets together in their logical order they understand the use of different tools in their day-to-day life. Card “A” of each set has the problem! Find and match the correct tool to solve the problem, and complete the set! Learning objectives are: Visual discrimination, keen observation, understanding basic science concepts, logical order and inquiry and discovery.
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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.
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+
This tap tap, hammer and nails set allows children to create colourful geometric designs. Children can hammer these wooden pieces onto the soft reusable corkboards. This hammer and nails set includes 300 mosaic pieces in assorted shapes, 450g of assorted people, animal bird pieces as well as fence pieces, 4 boxes of nails, 400 pieces, 4 hammers, and 4 corkboards (26 x 20cm). Adult supervision is required for this activity. Construction resources help to promote a variety of cognitive and physical skills. Construction and manipulative resources can help to promote both fine motor and gross motor development. They encourage problem solving and logical thinking to solve issues such as balancing blocks, where the next piece goes and how to make the structure that they want to build. Team work is also a key feature in the use of construction resources. Children can work together to design and build intricate and thoughtful structures using their creativity, imagination and logical thinking. Social, communication and language skills are all improved through playing with these type of construction resources. Play encourages creativity, imagination, perseverance and the development of language and social skills stronger sense of identity .
THESE TAP TAP SETS REQUIRE ADULT SUPERVISION AND ARE NOT RECOMMENDE FOR CHILDREN UNDER 4 YEARS OF AGE.
A great size to use a s a fidget toy! A maze is a path or collection of paths, typically from an entrance to a goal. The word is used to refer both to branching tour puzzles through which the solver must find a route, and to simpler non-branching patterns that lead unambiguously through a convoluted layout to a goal. The first recorded maze in history was the Egyptian Labyrinth. Herodotus, a Greek traveler and writer, visited the Egyptian Labyrinth in the 5th century, BC.