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This gears set can be played on its own or as a great addition to the Tactile Cubes, Reflector Cubes, or Construction Tower. Both the large and small gears fit into the holes of the panels. Little engineers will discover how the gears interact when the handles are turned.
Our wooden panel is suitable for wall mounting especially when floor space is limited. This panel includes six spinning cylinders. Each cylinder is divided into 6 colours - red, green, orange, purple, yellow and blue. It also includes 16 spinning cubes. Each cube is divided into 4 colours - red, green, yellow and blue. Children can rotate the cubes and cylinders to match colours. On the right side of the panel, there is a tracker with 12 movable and 4 attached wooden knobs. These knobs come in red, green, blue and yellow colours that children can match up by moving them around. This material helps develop eye-hand coordination, colour recognition and visual tracking. 18-36 months 70cm x 70cm x 8cm
Our wooden panel is suitable for wall mounting especially when floor space is limited. There are three different imbucare box activities for fitting four different objects (red cylinder, blue cube, yellow triangular prism, and green rectangular prism) into holes. The objects are inserted horizontally into the first row, and vertically into the second and third rows. There is a mirror in the second row and the third row resembles four imbucare boxes with doors. 18-36 months 70cm x 70cm x 8cm
Arrange geometric beads into various figures and forms. Large beads are easy for little fingers. Lace them or stack them. Set contains two detachable strings and nine wooden beads in six different shapes and various colors. Cube measures 2.5" square. Made from rubber wood and printed with non-toxic soy ink. Recommended for 2 years and up. Made in Thailand.
The material is necessary for the introduction of the decimal system. 9 golden beads, 9 golden bead bars, 9 golden bead squares, and 1 golden bead cube of 1000, with boxes, unit holder and tray. Individual nylon beads.
Ten wooden cubes painted pink and varying from 1 x 1 x 1cm to 10 x 10 x 10cm, including one spare 1x1x1 cube.
" Montessori Pink Tower differs in 3 dimensions" - Maria Montessori.
Information: The work is designed to provide the child with a concept of "big" and "small." The child starts with the largest cube and puts the second-largest cube on top of it. This continues until all ten cubes are stacked on top of each other. The control of error is visual. The child sees the cubes are in the wrong order and knows that they should fix them.
The successive dimensions of each cube are such that if the cubes are stacked flush with a corner, the smallest cube may be fit squarely on the ledge of each level.