Place the fish & corresponding numerals in layers on a beautiful ocean bed cabinet.
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This vibrant toy introduces and reinforces counting from 1 to 10 in a fun way through an underwater world. By ensuring the correct number of fish are swimming on the board, children comprehend how each number is associated to a specific quantity. The act of slotting the fish and numerals on 10 different boards of the elegant cabinet brings out the one-to-one relation between names, symbols and quantities effectively.
When children count the fish and move them in slots with the correct numerals on the boards, they get a clear understanding of the quantity-number name-number symbol association. Games played with this toy hone number memory critical for future arithmetic learning. By using their fingers and hands to play with this toy, children also develop their fine motor skills.
After children understand numerals and their correlation to quantity, they are ready to understand and correlate number symbols with quantity in the correct sequence <see how> (Link to Dino Maze)
Set includes an elegant cabinet with 10 boards, wooden numerals from 1 to 10 and 10 wooden fish that can be placed on the boards all packed in a Skola Doodle box. Comes with a detailed instruction manual.
Size of the cabinet: 30 cm x 16.5 cm x 15 cm
Take all the fish and all the numerals out. Show the child how to select any one board and place it on top of the shelf. Show the child how to place the fish in the slots and locate the number for the slot so as to place it there.
Take all the boards and arrange in order. Show the child how to count while putting the fish in starting from 1. Put one fish in. Put 1 in the numeral slot. Then for board number 2, move the first fish to the second board and add one more. Most children are fairly aware of the number sequence 1 to 10 through the previous toy or know it by rote. This activity clearly gives the correlation between number and quantity by adding one more at each stage.
Ask the child to keep the fish on a tray in another room. Arrange all numerals in front of you. Pull out any one, and ask the child to identify. Ask the child to count and bring the corresponding number of fish from the tray. To play independently, show the child how to place an indicator on any numeral and getting corresponding number of fish.