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Chain-an-inchworm
Learn how your child can make use of this toy to have fun and learn at the same time.
Chain-an-inchworm - KA10610

1 Inchworm head + 12 beads/set

Head: 6cm(W) x 6cm(H) x 5cm(D)

Bead(Diameter): 4.9cm

Chain-an-inchworm is a set of colorful and educational beads. Children can train their fine motor and logic skills as they link the pieces together to build inchworms of different lengths and color sequences. But they don't have to stop at inchworms. Children can let their imaginations run wild by building all sorts of 2D and 3D configurations, at the same time developing their creativity and aesthetic skills.

Objective: To train the fine motor skills

Method: The colorful balls are designed for young children to grasp. Parents should help and encourage children to grasp the balls with both their right and left hands.

Objective: To recognize facial features

Method: Parents can use the inchworm's head as a teaching aid to teach children to recognize facial features such as the head, eyes, nose, and mouth etc.

Objective: To teach children to point out specific facial features

Method: As parents say out loud specific facial features, such as “head”, “eyes”, “nose”, and “mouth”, they can encourage children to point to the corresponding facial feature on the inchworm's head.

Objective: To recognize and identify colors

Method: Parents can use the colored balls to teach children to recognize colors such as red, yellow, blue, green etc.

Objective: To recognize and identify shapes

Method: Parents can use the shapes on the colored balls to teach children to recognize shapes such as circle, triangle, star etc.

Objective: To differentiate between a protrusion and a cavity

Method: Parents can use the linking sections of the balls to teach children to differentiate between a protrusion and a cavity.

Objective: To assemble inchworms of different lengths and shapes

Method: Children can recreate the inchworms shown in the following diagrams, starting from the simple combinations and progressing to the complex ones.

Objective: To develop creativity

Method: Using techniques and concepts from activity 3.1, children can create their own inchworms and bring out their creativity.

Objective: To learn color and shape sequences

Method: Children can recreate the inchworms shown in the diagrams below, with parents making sure that the color sequences are correct.

Objective: To deduce the missing color and shape in a sequence

Method: Children can deduce the missing color and shape in the following sequences, then recreate the inchworms.

Objective: To develop 3 dimensional and spatial concepts

Method: Children can recreate the 3D configurations shown in the following diagrams.

Objective: To create their own 3D configurations

Method: Using techniques and concepts from activity 5.1, children can create their own 3D configurations and bring out their creativity.

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