Some kids take to math like a fish to water while others struggle. In the beginning, simple concepts like counting, sorting and being able to understand proportions are better achieved through tactile methods instead of general memorization strategies. Whether you’re homeschooling or teaching preschool or early elementary classes, these learning cubes help make learning the basics of math much easier for any child.
These learning cubes are safe for children ages five and older. The interlocking blocks allow you to stack and create unique shapes, as well.
You’ll like that these learning cubes are designed for children as young as three to use. Children will love learning about numbers, counting and sorting while you’ll like the early introduction to STEM.
These learning cubes are perfect for sorting and stacking, as well as helping children visualize how to count, patterns and more.
With 156 learning cubes, children will have endless hours of fun learning about the different parts of speech. The hands-on instruction helps to reinforce key grammatical principles.
With this pick you’ll get six colors across a total of 100 cubes. These learning cubes are 1 square inch in size and have smooth edges. Note that these are not interlocking cubes.
Playing with colorful cubes is a great way to introduce your children to math. You can incorporate counting into playtime with learning cubes. You can also teach them how to identify numbers, patterns, colors and shapes. Get these cubes to make learning math a fun experience for kids.
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Melissa holds a doctorate in pharmacy and is a home educator, co-teaching a high school chemistry class and a primary school class. Having taught two of her own children to read, write and traverse Singapore Math, Melissa has spent hundreds, if not thousands of hours researching and testing curriculum.
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