Sock Twins Pattern

Find the sock pairs with identical patterns and slot them on the board.

Find the sock pairs with identical patterns and slot them on the board.

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Age: 3.5+

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Children find socks with pattern designs visually appealing which helps to classify them naturally. It excites children that they can pair everyday relatable objects like socks by observing the patterns placed before them. They also like playing other memory games related to this.

Set includes 9 pairs of wooden socks printed with different patterns, a working tray to hold the socks, a detailed instruction manual all packed in an elegant Skola Doodle box. 

Size of Stacked Pieces : 29.5 cm x 29.5 cm x 1.5 cm

Once children can identify and pair patterns, they are ready to apply this distinguishing property with different objects (See How).

The ability of a child to spot patterns, designs and to notice differences gets better with this toy enhancing their logical analysis and reasoning skills. Identical pairing of objects based on matching patterns enhances visual discrimination skills. Remembering these patterns is challenging and it stimulates children's memory setting a firm base for reading and arithmetic. Continuously removing and inserting the socks fosters dexterity among children.

ACTIVITIES

  • Inserting
    • Show the child how to remove the socks and put them back in.
  • Pairing Patterns
    • Show the child how to take out one sock from each pair and place on one side. Then show how to pair the patterns.
  • Memory Games (Patterns)
    • Ask the child to take out one sock each and place on a tray in another room. Keep an indicator on any one of the socks left behind on the board and ask the child to bring its corresponding pair. Children love this game. They can play independently by shifting the indicator themselves. When the children have conquered this challenge, they can play variations with the pieces in different locations. Remembering the pattern and location is a bigger challenge.