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Fish and Count
Learn how your child can make use of this toy to have fun and learn at the same time.
Fish and Count - KA10625

Diameter: 20cm x 5cm(H)

Rod: 17cm x 3cm

This velcro-action fish pond comes with a squeaky fishing rod and 10 sea creatures of different sizes, colors and shapes. Children will love fishing and counting, and then flipping the pond inside out for shape matching and a mirror! 1,2,3,4....100 little fish swimming in the pond. Before you know it, your child will be counting to 100!

Objective: Listening experience

Method: Squeeze the fishing rod to make squeaking sounds and to attract your child's attention. Move the sounds around and observe if your child's gaze follows the sounds. This trains her listening skills and attention.

Objective: Grasping fine motor skills training

Method: Encourage children to grasp the sea creatures of different sizes (with both their right and left hands). Children can also squeeze the fishing rod to train their fine motor skills.

Objective: Sense stimulation

Method: Fish and Count is made from different materials like plastic, felt and cotton fabrics. Encourage your child to touch and feel the hard, soft, smooth and coarse textures.

Objective: Developing self awareness

Method: Encourage your child to observe and recognize her own image in the mirror. This builds up her self image.

Objective: Learning the names of animals

Method: Use the soft fabric animals to teach children animals such as starfish, octopus, crab, fish and worm.

Objective: Learning colors

Method: Teach children to recognize colors using the colorful sea creatures.

Objective: Learning shapes

Method: Teach children to identify shapes using the shaped sea creatures.

Objective: Learning numbers

Method: Teach children to identify the numbers 1-10 using the numbered sea creatures.

Objective: Learning about size

Method: Teach children the concepts of “big” and “small” using the big and small sea creatures.

Objective: Shape matching 1

Method: There are 10 sea creatures of 5 different shapes. For each shape, there is one big and one small one. Encourage your child to match the same shaped ones, separating the sea creatures into 5 groups.

Objective: Shape matching 2

Method: The shaped outline of the sea creatures are printed on the mirror side of the aquarium. Encourage your child to match the soft sea creature to the correct shape.

Objective: Counting and matching

Method: On the dark blue side of the aquarium, there are a number of sea creatures printed in each shape. Encourage your child to count the sea creatures in each shape, then match it with the correct number embroidered on the soft fabric sea creatures.

Objective: Flipping fine motor skills training

Method: There is printing on both sides of the aquarium. Children can practice flipping it both ways. This trains their fine motor skills to prepare them for dressing themselves.

Objective: Learning to count to 100

Method: Encourage your child to count the 100 little fish on the side of the aquarium.

Objective: Pointing out numbers

Method: Say a number from 1 to 100 and encourage your child to find that number on the side of the aquarium.

Objective: Odd and even numbers

Method: Teach children about odd and even numbers using the 100 little fish printed on the outside of the aquarium. All the pink fish are odd numbers and the orange fish are even numbers.

Objective: Fishing game – balance training

Method: Place all the sea creatures in the aquarium and use the fishing rod to fish them out. This trains children's balance.

Objective: Fishing game – learning colors

Method: Place all the sea creatures in the aquarium. Call out a color and encourage your child to fish for a sea creature of that color.

Objective: Fishing game – learning shapes

Method: Place all the sea creatures in the aquarium. Call out a shape and encourage your child to fish for a sea creature of that shape.

Objective: Fishing game – learning names of sea creatures

Method: Place all the sea creatures in the aquarium. Call out the names of sea creatures and encourage your child to fish for those specific ones.

Objective: Fishing – counting from 1 to 10

Method: Place all the sea creatures in the aquarium. Encourage your child to fish for the sea creatures from 1 to 10 in the correct order.

Objective: Fishing game – odd and even numbers

Method: Place all the sea creatures in the aquarium. Call out “odd” or “even” and encourage your child to fish for a sea creature with an odd or even number on it.

Objective: Fishing game – addition 1

Method: Encourage your child to fish sea creatures out from the aquarium. Ask her to add up the numbers on the back of the creatures, and then point to the correct number answer on the side of the aquarium. Your child can start with adding two numbers, then continue up to 5 or 6 to increase the difficulty.

Objective: Fishing game – addition 2

Method: Place all the sea creatures in the aquarium with the numbers facing up. Ask your child simple addition problems like: What is 3 + 4? Which two fish add up to 10? Which three fish add up to 12? Then encourage your child to fish the answers out.

Objective: Fishing game – learning the order of numbers

Method: Place all the sea creatures in the aquarium with the numbers facing up. Ask your child simple problems like: What number comes after 4? What number comes before 8? Which numbers are between 2 and 5? Then encourage your child to fish the answers out.

Objective: Fishing game – for points

Method: If you have two players, you can take turns fishing. Children can play against children or against adults. At the end, flip your fish over to see how many points you get for each fish. Add up the points to see who wins.

Objective: Recognizing shapes by touch

Method: Pace all the sea creatures under the aquarium. Name a sea creature or shape. Then encourage your child to put her hand under the aquarium to find the creature by touch only.

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