Counting Puzzles

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  • Learn to Count & Match Puzzle

    Learn to count by playing and matching the pictures to the correct numbers. Age: 3 years+.• Set of 30 pieces

  • 1-10 Counting Puzzles

    A set of 2 counting puzzles. Toes puzzle contains 16 pieces, fingers puzzle contains 14 pieces. Age: 2 years+.• Toes puzzle size: 378mm(w) x 264mm(h)• Fingers puzzle size: 378mm(w) x 206mm(h)• Set of 2

  • 1-9 Number Puzzles

    …creative and absorbing way to introduce numbers and counting. Each of the nine wooden puzzles has the same number of puzzle pieces as the number that it forms and each piece is printed with an image of a marine animal. Each chunky wooden puzzle piece is generously sized to make it easier for little…

  • Set of 3 1-5 Puzzles

    …through play. Little ones can learn to count as they slot puzzle pieces together. Set available in either tractor, bus and train or hedgehog, crocodile and butterfly. Age: 10 months+.• Largest puzzle size: 104mm(hy) x 154mm(w) 25mm(d)• Smallest puzzle size: 76mm(h) x 199mm(w) 25mm(d)

  • Count & Twist Shapes

    …classification and fine-motor skills using this dexterous nuts and bolts Count and Twist activity board. Familiar and colourful geometric nuts represent whole, half, third and quarter units. The durable puzzle board is sanded smooth and reinforced with soft plastic handles. Age: 2 years+.•…

  • 123 Number Puzzle

    A fun way to count to ten and develop early number skills. Age: 3 years+.• Size: 300mm(w) x 225mm(l)

  • Number Smart Red Phase Kit

    …Teaching Ideas Manual.Includes:• Maths Vocabulary Frieze• Magnetic Number Links to 20• Lots of Wheels• Place Value Puzzles• Lots of Socks• Number Streets to 100 • Double-Half City• Counting On Buses• Finding Fractions • Decodable Word Problems to 20 • Partitioning Banks • Guess my Number Sentence…

  • Stackers & Nesters

    Stack, build and count away with this all in one innovative play set! Each shape is half of a cube, in mixed sizes ranging from small to big. Each shape is covered with bright colours and textures for little hands to explore. Stack them up into a tower, nest them each inside the other, or just have…

  • Number Street

    A fun and colourful introduction to counting. Piece together the numbered street from 1 to 10, then find the corresponding number of friendly animals for each house. This first puzzle is a great way to develop hand-eye coordination and problem-solving skills for young learners. Also includes a giant…

  • Nest & Lace Shapes

    …explore chunky, geometric shapes and the negative spaces between with the colourful blocks of Nest and Lace Shapes. Lacing the chunky rubberwood puzzle pieces, with the patterns on the activity cards, encourages sequencing and matching skills while also subtly introducing colour theory concepts. A…

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