Wooden Sorting Board
This Wooden Sorting Board is a fantastic resource for color sorting and fine motor skills development. Developing the pincer grip will be so helpful with future writing skills too.
Choose between numbers, letters, colorful wool balls or a combination of them all. Great way to develop literacy, numeracy and color recognition. This is a wonderful gift idea if you're unsure about what to get.
We suggest also adding our wooden Tiny Toys in Rainbow, Pastel or Bright for even more fun.
Size(approx): 30 x 30cm, 1500g
- Mixed Set: Numbers 1-100 + Uppercase and Lowercase Letters + Colored Wool Balls
- Numbers: Numbers 1-100
- Letters: Uppercase and Lowercase Letters
- Colors: 100 x Colored Wool Balls
Note: Please note that Wooden Tiny Toys pictured on some images are not included (but we suggest adding them to your play)
Features and play ideas:
- Great for developing hand-eye coordination, fine motor skills, logical thinking, and color recognition.
- Fill each dimple with colorful wool balls, numbers or letters.
- Practice skip counting by placing balls only in the numbers such as 3, 6, 9, etc. and learn the patterns.
- Use as a compass and learn about directions by marking the dimple from different degrees north/east/south/west from the mid-point.
- Learn positive and negative numbers by designating the middle line as "0" and play with the X and Y axes.
- Play games such as rolling a dice and adding that many balls to the board starting at the top left corner, then keep rolling and adding until the board is full.
- Designate a quadrant of the board for you and one for your child. Place the balls, letters or numbers in your quadrant and ask your child to copy it in their area, exactly or as a mirror image.
Material: Beechwood, Wool (Color and Mixed sets)