Sort-N-Shape

£20.50

This colourful wooden peg puzzle provides little fingers with a lovely introduction to shapes in objects, as well as first colours and counting.

Details:

13 pieces

1 picture peg board

4 inset shapes

8 stacking shapes

Age 2 +

Board size 25 x 25cm

Smallest piece 2.5 x 3.5cm

Skills for Success:

    "I can stack the shapes on the peg board"

    "I can choose and match different shapes and colours"

    "I am learning about shapes around me"

    Core Vocabulary:

      Nouns (objects - boat, house, tree, ladybird, shapes – triangle, square, rectangle, circle)

      Adjectives (colours – red, blue, green, yellow, counting 1-4)

      Additional Ideas:
          1. Finger Peek-a-boo – have fun with first counting by peeking little fingers through the holes on each of the shapes
            2. My Shapes – draw around the shapes to make your own shape pictures and colour them in with a crayon (e.g. a circle on top of a triangle = a girl; 2 circles under 2 squares = a car)
              Regular price £20.50

              This colourful wooden peg puzzle provides little fingers with a lovely introduction to shapes in objects, as well as first colours and counting.

              Details:

              13 pieces

              1 picture peg board

              4 inset shapes

              8 stacking shapes

              Age 2 +

              Board size 25 x 25cm

              Smallest piece 2.5 x 3.5cm

              Skills for Success:

                "I can stack the shapes on the peg board"

                "I can choose and match different shapes and colours"

                "I am learning about shapes around me"

                Core Vocabulary:

                  Nouns (objects - boat, house, tree, ladybird, shapes – triangle, square, rectangle, circle)

                  Adjectives (colours – red, blue, green, yellow, counting 1-4)

                  Additional Ideas:
                      1. Finger Peek-a-boo – have fun with first counting by peeking little fingers through the holes on each of the shapes
                        2. My Shapes – draw around the shapes to make your own shape pictures and colour them in with a crayon (e.g. a circle on top of a triangle = a girl; 2 circles under 2 squares = a car)