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Tactile Figures and Operations

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Tactile Grades and Edits from Learning Resources helps children feel how numbers and operation marks are written, but it is also challenging material to learn numbers, the order and simple arithmetic.

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Tactile Figures and Operations

The tactile numbers and operations is a set that helps kids practice simple math skills like

  • Caller ID
  • Awareness of numbering
  • Counting and number order
  • Calculation sentences: addition, subtraction, multiplication and division

Not just a convenient way to get acquainted with numbers and simple sums. The set can also be used to teach children the way of writing numbers. Children follow the plastic numbers and with their finger, starting at the dot and following the raised arrow on the numbers. When children follow the number incorrectly, the rough texture provides sensory input for self-control. The

The set of learning resources consists of sturdy plastic numbers and editing signs (plus, minus, times, divided by and is equal sign) can be used educationally in preschoolers, but can also be used in sensory play activities.

Product Specifications Tactile Figures and Operations

  • Contents: 32 textured tactile numbers., Five structured tactile surgical signs, Multilingual activity guide
  • Size: The largest digit is 10 cm x 7 cm.
  • Brand: Learning Resources
  • Recommended for ages: 4 – 8 years
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Educational, Sensory

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