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Wild Animals Wooden Blocks: Adults and Young

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28 wooden blocks with real images of animals and their young from around the world representing a variety of recognisable species.


14 pairs of adults and their young


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Wild Animals Wooden Blocks

 

Animaux sauvages

 

28 wooden blocks with real images of animals and their young from around the world representing a variety of recognisable species.

14 pairs of adults and their young

 

This versatile set provides endless opportunities for exploring the fascinating animal kingdom and can be used in a number of ways:
1. As a matching game - turn all the tiles face up and match the adult animal with its corresponding infant. 
2. As a memory game - turn all the tiles face down and try to remember where the matching animal family pairs are located. 
3. For sorting into groups - e.g. by habitat, continent, skin type (skin, fur, hair or feathers), or ordered by size.

Ideal for promoting discussions about how and where animals live, what they eat, which are - or have - predators, what dangers the animals face from each other, the environment or from humankind, and the differences between the adults and their young. Children will enjoy playing whilst developing several aspects of learning, including descriptive language, mathematical language, collaborative play, fine motor skills, imaginative play and understanding the wider world around them. Includes colour identification guide in 7 languages.

 

The 10mm birch plywood blocks are smooth to touch and easy for small children to handle. Having realistic images will enable younger children to recognise real animals and encourage older children to visualise them for story-telling and creative writing.

ELG: Understanding The World: children know about similarities and differences in relation to places, objects, materials and living things. They talk about the features of their own immediate environment and how environments might vary from one another. They make observations of animals and plants and explain why some things occur, and talk about changes.

 

12+ months

 

Size: 70 x 70 x 10mm

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