Learning Resources MathLink Cubes Numberblocks 11-20 Activity Set, 30 Numberblocks Activities Linked to TV Episodes, 155 Numberblocks MathLink Cubes & More, Ages 3+ & Mathlink Cubes (Set of 100)
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This set is ideal for maths learning activities in the classroom and at home – try watching the episodes alongside for double the Numberblocks learning fun! Learning Resources educational toys are a valuable resource for parents and teachers who are looking for ways to help children learn and develop key skills in a fun and engaging way. This set has all children need to use special edition Numberblocks MathLink Cubes to build the Numberblocks Eleven to Twenty in all the ways shown in the episodes and includes three exclusive character accessories: Fourteen's Helmet and Skateboard, and Twenty's Top Hat!
PIN Authentication: Maestro cards require a Personal Identification Number (PIN) for in-person transactions, adding an extra layer of security. Trading Address (Warehouse) Unit E, Vulcan Business Complex, Vulcan Road, Leicester, Leicestershire, LE5 3EB. Zero Liability Protection: Maestro provides Zero Liability Protection, assuring you that you won't be held accountable for unauthorised card transactions. Of all the toys and games I have bought for my 5 and 3 year old Grandsons, Numberblocks has definitely been my best investment yet.Launch into new maths learning adventures in Numberland with the MathLink® Cubes Numberblocks 11-20 Activity Set. The blocks are brightly coloured and easy to handle, making them a great tool for teaching counting and sorting skills. By combining multiple cubes to create larger structures, children can begin to understand the principles of multiplication and division and the concept of area and volume. Launch into new maths learning adventures in Numberland with the MathLink Cubes Numberblocks 11-20 Activity Set.
There are several face pltes so you can put the blocks in the different formations that you see on the TV. Registered office address: Unit 34 Vulcan House Business Centre, Vulcan Road, Leicester, Leicestershire, LE5 3EF. MathLink Cubes can also be used to teach more advanced mathematical concepts, such as multiplication and division.Rather than simply passively presenting information, the toys encourage children to actively engage with the concepts they are learning, allowing them to explore and discover in an enjoyable and effective way. Children can make each character from Eleven to Twenty in all ways shown in the Numberblocks series and engage with 30 fun maths learning activities. The show is designed to be interactive, with children encouraged to participate in the activities and answer questions posed by the characters.