Five colorful wooden sticks in red, yellow, green and blue can be used for numbers and arithmetic that interest children. With the correct numbered blocks, you can add, subtract, multiply and divide to help the treasure.
Treasures do fun arithmetic, making abstract operations intuitive and fun.
Material: Made of high standard wood and painted with ecological paint.
Intellectual Toy Set: With this game, children will be able to recognize numbers and understand the relationship between numbers and quantities.
Interactive: Perfect for improving your math skills in a creative way. It's time to teach, it's time to show your child the value of learning to progress through play
Learning through play: makes learning fun, enriches your child's imagination, stimulates their logical thinking and improves hand-eye coordination and learning skills.
Suitable for: For family preschoolers and preschoolers. You can teach addition, subtraction, division and multiplication at an infant level.
Name: Digital Stick Learning Box
Material: pine/bamboo long stick
Product Size: 23x15x2CM.
Packing size: 23.3*16*3CM
Strip Quantity: 7.5*0.5CM Blocks: 2.5*2.5*0.6CM
Suitable for preschoolers and preschoolers. You can teach addition, subtraction, division and multiplication. It makes learning fun, enriches your child's imagination, stimulates logical thinking and improves their hand-eye coordination and learning ability. With this set of toys, he can recognize numbers and understand the relationship between numbers and quantities
1、Come with 4 colors of mixed wood bands, let your child choose by color, then count the number of red, yellow, etc.
2、Teach your baby arithmetic with number pens, such as pull out 4 yellow sticks, then reach for 3 blue sticks, let your baby count and keep reading baby 6+3=9.
3、Pull out the corresponding number and symbol blocks for addition, subtraction, multiplication and division operations, with number blocks for math operations, which can help your child understand the words about number and symbol operations as soon as possible.
Familiarize your child with the four colors: red, yellow, green and blue; develop a child's sense of quantity; gradually moving from easy to hard arithmetic to numeracy skills.
Develops your child's working and thinking skills. Thanks to it, your child learns and develops through the process of counting wood.