This set of beautifully illustrated 4 board books helps preschoolers learn all about vehicles, birds, rhyming pairs and opposites.
With each turn of the page, your young reader will learn all the basic skills: names of vehicles and birds, rhyming pairs and opposites.
Look & Learn Board Book feature simple-to-read words that help your child develop word association, memory, and other important early-learning skills
Plurals offers a simple way to help children understand the concept of singular and plural, and practise singular and plural words. It explains that plural is a form of noun that refers to more than one person or thing, so they come to understand the basic concept of language and learn the rules for making regular and irregular plurals.
This game consists of 20 sets of two-piece self-correcting match ups that will help your child match letters of a number or pictures that begins with the same sound. It will improve your child's memory, observation, number recognition, counting and visual discrimination skills.
Numbers Learning, Observation, Concentration
Age : 3 & up
Category : Numbers
Improves memory, number recognition and observation power
Helps in developing counting and visual discrimination skills
Part to Whole requires children to match the object to the parts it is made of. It encourages children to explore and makes them understand that different things of our everyday are made of different parts/objects. This improves their reasoning and organizational skills.
How about giving your child a game that has been created by teachers and has worked its magic on other children? This will ensure correct development of necessary skills. These 40 thick and laminated activity cards are teacher created and will help your child learn basic shapes. One side of this set of flash cards has pictorial representations of letters of the shapes and their associations, the other side has more words beginning with the same letter.
Children will love identifying capital alphabets with their corresponding objects, while they develop motor skill.
All alphabets come out with the help of the knobs on them.
This puzzle is self-corrective - the alphabets will fit only in their respective cavities.
Each letter is 4 mm thick.
Value Addition: Back of the tray has the alphabets printed in random order. Have the child identify the alphabet and place the correct cutout on top of it. Now you know if your child has really learnt his/her alphabets!