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Learning Blocks
Learn how your child can make use of this toy to have fun and learn at the same time.
Learning Blocks - KA10773

Cube: 8cm(W) x 8cm(H) x 8cm(D)

Triangle: 10cm(W) x 5cm(H) x 8cm(D)

A long-term, smart-play toy, which paves the way for discovery and intelligence development of kids!

There are a total of 12 cubes and 5 triangles for stacking.

Numbers, "Peek-a-boo" and a variety of pictures on the cubes enable kids to learn consequences, counting and matching.

A puzzle provides good practice in eye-hand coordination and logical thinking.

Objective: Grabbing fine motor skills training

Method: Parents can encourage children to grab the blocks (with both their right and left hands).

Objective: Flipping fine motor skills training

Method: Encourage children to flip the flap on each of the blocks in three different directions.

Flipping upwards

Flipping to the left

Flipping to the right

Objective: Learning everyday objects

Method: Use the pictures on the blocks to teach children different objects.

Objective: Identifying objects

Method: Name an object and encourage your child to point to the block with that object on it.

Objective: Stacking

Method: Encourage children to stack 2-3 blocks, one on top of the other. This activity trains children’s balancing skills and patience.

Objective: Learning colors

Method: Teach children to identify colors using the colorful, triangular blocks.

Objective: Learning shapes

Method: Teach children about shapes by arranging the blocks to make triangles, squares and rectangles.

Objective: Throwing

Method: The blocks are soft and easy to grab. Encourage children to throw the blocks and to train their arm muscles.

Objective: Stacking

Method: Encourage children to stack 3-5 blocks, one on top of the other. This activity trains children’s balancing skills and patience.

Objective: Learning numbers

Method: Teach children to identify numbers using the numbered blocks. (1-12)

Objective: Learning to count

Method: Together with your child, count the objects on the blocks. Then encourage her to match it with the correct number block.

Objective: Animal matching

Method: Complete animals by matching the blocks. Parents can teach children about the characteristics of different animals. This activity trains children’s fine motor skills and eye-hand coordination.

Objective: Transportation matching

Method: Complete transportation by matching the blocks. Parents can teach children about the characteristics of different transportation. This activity trains children’s fine motor skills and eye-hand coordination.

Objective: Building with blocks

Method: Build the following configurations, starting from the simple ones and progressing to the complex ones:

Objective: Stacking

Method: Encourage children to stack 5-6 blocks, one on top of the other. This activity trains children’s balancing skills and patience.

Objective: Completing the puzzle

Method: Complete the 12-piece puzzle with your child.

Objective: Learning “cause and consequence”

Method: Using the "cause and consequence" side of the blocks, ask questions to guide your child to say what happens afterwards. Then let her lift the flap to see the answer.

Objective: Stacking

Method: Encourage children to stack 7-8 blocks, one on top of the other. This activity trains children’s balancing skills and patience.

Objective: Simple addition with objects

Method: Teach children simple addition by letting them count the objects on two or three blocks. Then they can match the object blocks with the correct number block.

Objective: Simple addition with numbers

Method: Teach children simple addition by letting them add the numbers on two or three blocks. Then they can match the number blocks with the correct object block.

Objective: Odd and even numbers

Method: Use the numbered blocks to teach your child odd and even numbers.

Objective: Catching and throwing

Method: The blocks are soft and easy to grab. Use the blocks to play catch with your child and to train her catching and throwing skills.

Objective: Building with blocks in 3-dimensions

Method: Build the following configurations, starting from the simple ones and progressing to the complex ones. This activity develops children’s concepts of space and 3 dimensionality.

Objective: Creating their own configurations

Method: Using techniques and concepts from activity 5.2, children can create their own 3D configurations. This activity develops children’s creativity.

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