These colourful tweezers are just the right size for little hands. Each features ergonomic depressions to guide a proper pincer–grasp grip.
6 assorted colours—red, blue, green, yellow, orange and purple.
• Children use the tweezers to pick up and any small objects
• Support early science explorations with true tweezer action
• Tweezers measure 6"L and store in the handy resealable bucket
Our large beech wood tongs are perfect for picking up small objects such as pom-poms, cotton balls, or ice balls.
Create a transferring activity with these easy-to-grasp wooden tongs.
10" long, 1" wide
Children build classification, language, and thinking skills as they sort these 50 realistic objects into 10 categories: animals, people, toys, food, things to wear, baby items, vehicles, tools, musical instruments, and eating utensils.
Includes sorting tubs, sturdy plastic basket, detailed Teaching Notes, and storage containers.
The Color Resemblance Sorting Task is a matching and sorting game using shades of color to develop skills in visual perception and color discrimination.
The color task provides an excellent opportunity to introduce vocabulary so that the child may learn the names for each of the colors and the associated descriptive terms.
Contents: a wooden box with lid (26 x 26 x 6 cm), 24 beechwood skittles painted in 4 graded shades of each of the colors red, yellow, blue, green, orange and purple, 6 wooden stands to hold each set of skittles, and 6 wooden color boards with each of the shades from dark to light to match with the skittles.