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Cubic CrocoBloco™
Learn how your child can make use of this toy to have fun and learn at the same time.
Cubic CrocoBloco™ - KA10611
11cm(W) x 6cm(H) x 39.5cm(D)

Cubic CrocoBloco has a body of detachable plastic cubes. 1, 2, 3, 4...kids can learn counting and calculation with these 4 little cubes. It exercises muscle, trains logics, teaches concepts of colors, numbers and daily objects. Make it short, make it long, kids can form different lengths of crocodile with their imagination! It's fun & learning time with Cubic CrocoBloco.

Objective: To train the fine motor muscles in children's hands to grasp

Method: Parents should help and encourage children to grasp the blocks with both their right and left hands.

Objective: To train the fine motor muscles in children's hands and wrists to twist things

Method: Parents can teach children to twist Crocobloco's body, front legs and hind legs.

Objective: To recognize animal body parts

Method: Parents can use the crocodile as a teaching aid to teach children to recognize animal body parts such as the head, eyes, nose, front legs, hind legs and tail etc.

Objective: To point out specific animal body parts

Method: Children should point to the body part (of Crocobloco) that the parent says out loud. Some body parts that can be taught: head, eyes, nose, front legs, hind legs and tail.

Objective: To recognize and identify colors

Method: Parents can use Crocobloco's body and colored blocks to teach children to recognize colors such as red, yellow, blue, green etc.

Objective: To recognize numbers

Method: Parents can use the numbered blocks to teach children to recognize the numbers 1,2,3 and 4.

Objective: To differentiate between a protrusion and a cavity

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

Objective: To learn about some common insects and animals

Method: Parents can use the graphics on the blocks as aid to teach children about dragonflies, butterflies, bees and fish.

Objective: To learn to count

Method: Parents can use the graphics on the blocks to teach children to count. (ie. 1 fish, 2 butterflies, 3 dragonflies, 4 bees).

Objective: To assemble crocodiles of different lengths and shapes

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

Objective: To arrange the blocks in a specific order based on color

Method: Children can recreate the crocodiles shown in the diagrams below, with parents making sure the colored blocks are in the right order.

Objective: To arrange the blocks in a specific order based on numbers

Method: Children can recreate the crocodiles shown in the diagrams below, with parents making sure the numbered blocks are in the right order.

Objective: To arrange the blocks in a specific order based on their graphics

Method: Children can recreate the crocodiles shown in the diagrams below, with parents making sure the graphics are in the right order.

Objective: To stack the blocks as shown

Method: Children can recreate the flower image by stacking the blocks as shown in the photo below.

Objective: To arrange the blocks in a specific order, based on colors, number and graphics

Method: Children can recreate the crocodiles shown in the diagrams below, with parents making sure the colors, numbers and graphics are in the right order.

Objective: To create 3 dimensional configurations

Method: Children can build their own configurations using the blocks. These blocks can be used without the two crocodile body parts. Each block has two holes. Bigger and more complex configurations can be made with more than one set of blocks.

Objective: To learn simple addition

Method: Children have to try to build a crocodile with the numbers on the blocks all adding up to a specific sum. There may be more than one solution. (Eg. If the sum is 7, the solution may be 3, 3, 1 or 3, 4). The sums to be built are listed below:

Objective: To learn even and odd numbers

Method: Children have to try to build crocodiles based on the following odd/even sequences. (1 and 3 are odd numbers. 2 and 4 are even numbers)

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