Rolling Car Slope

Place the cars on top of the slope and push to roll them down at different speeds.

Place the cars on top of the slope and push to roll them down at different speeds.

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Age: 2.5+

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This fabulous toy for children involves building the grid of slopes to race miniature cars. Children love tracking the moving cars and spend hours putting the cars back on top every time they cascade down. The process helps kids to understand the effect of leaving cars with less or more force on top and it develops their concentration and visual tracking skills.

Set includes 1 rolling car slope, 3 wooden cars, 1 assembly manual all packed in an elegant Skola Doodle box. Please note that the enter package will come in a knockdown condition and needs to be assembled. Visit the following link to see a video of how to assemble the car slope: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=76XrUVz8KFY&t=68s
Size of assembled item: 60 cm x 10 cm x 50 cm

Children slowly grasp the concept of speed, motion and force with this toy. Once they do so, they can go on to learn about complex motion (See How).

Following the movement of the car improves visual tracking among children, which is essential for improving their reading skills and abilities while playing any physical sport. This toy also leads to awareness of motion and movement as children watch and analyse the movements of the cars as they roll down the slopes. As they push the cars further or hold them back, they understand the impact of their actions on the speed, motion and time factors of the cars. As children assemble the slopes and place, move and stop the cars, they enhance their fine motor skills.

ACTIVITIES

  • Visual Tracking
    • Place the cars on top of the slope, and watch them whizz down. Children closely track the movment of the cars without moving their eyes off them. Children may also choose to place the car at any point on one of the slopes and track fro there. They experiment with one or all cars, placing different cars at different points.
  • Assembling the slope