Apple Seeds Counting to five associating number, amount and their name 🍎
Apple Seeds Counting to five associating number, amount and their name 🍎
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Apple Seeds Counting to five associating number, amount and their name 🍎

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RECOMMENDED AGE: 3 - 5 Years

 USEFUL FOR:  Learning numbers and associating number with the amount and their names. This game develops logical conclusion.

HOW TO USE: The child has to be placed in the appropriate apple and he can explain the sequence of numbers (counting, ordering).

I want to see, see, see apples and count their seeds!!! The fun Apple Seeds Counting page will teach your child how to count from 1 to 5.

This page contains small cards with the name of the numbers attached to the contact cords, and it is a great way to relate the name, the number and quantity. The child can explain the sequence of numbers (counting, ordering). You can also explain the initial basics of mathematics, addition, subtraction.

It combines sensory stimulation with activities that develop hand muscles, hand-eye coordination, language and communication, memory and imagination, but also the power of concentration.

This counting page is a whimsical way to learn numbers. This fits nicely in a quiet book. It would also be great as a learning tool in a classroom.

The format page is 9" x 9.5” (23*24.5 cm). The cords and the piece of felt over the ends have been sewn by hand.

This page can be ordered separately as an activity play mat or as part of a quiet book.

You can put together your own book. Just write to me, which pages you like and we will form an individual book. Pages are made by order so please inform us about the deadline.

Each toy is made individually by order, so there may be some differences in colors and minor details.

This activity must be played by children with adult supervision.