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- Builds early numeracy skills.
- Develops colour recognition.
- Encourages early counting skills.
- Builds fine motor skills.
- Includes Activity Guide.
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Learning Resources Super Sorting Pie. This fun and colourful sorting pie teaches a variety of key early numeracy skills as children sort the plastic fruit counters by their attributes. Sorting cards provide visual cues such as colour and quantity. Children use Learning Resources Jumbo Tweezers to pick up their chossen fruit counters, reinforcing fine motor skills in small hands. This counting and sorting activity set includes 60 4cm fruit counters (seven fruits in five different colours), 22cm durable plastic pie, removable divider, three double-sided sorting cards, two Jumbo Tweezers and Activity Guide. Suitable for ages 3+
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I'm a nursery teacher. I bought this for my niece who loves it, she's two and a half. Lots of learning potential here.Published 2 months ago by Caroline
This is amazing! 😃 Arrived last week and we have played with it daily since then. I also brought the additional tweezers etc and they make this even more fun. My 2. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Lee-Anne
This is a great game for toddlers to improve their hand eye coordination as well as their fine motor skills. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Rachel
My kids love it! Only downside is that it's tricky to keep together as toddlers like to spread pieces around the housePublished 6 months ago by M Steven