€20.00 - €50.00
Logic and Mathematics
With careful finishes and a natural touch, they will awaken contact with Nature in your senses. But not only that, through the game we will provoke a teaching-learning or we will enhance skills or knowledge. Discrimination by colors, counting, classifications, spatial vision, shapes, sizes, motor skills ... are just some of the concepts or skills that we can work with these materials.
At first glance it looks like a normal stacking tower, but La Cima is much more than that ... It is a series of pieces of different sizes, made of pine and oak. It is an evolutionary material.
There are many concepts that are developed: fine motor skills, visual perception, concentration, mathematics, as well as language and concepts: size (large-small), geometry, color, weight (light-heavy), touch (the soft sides). , the edges) ..
With this material the child is prepared to understand mathematical concepts such as the decimal system, geometry and volume.
Following the same line of our Color Cards, we bring you a new game based on Montessori pedagogy. The dynamics are the same, they have to move the colored tiles along the path until they are arranged according to the sequence indicated on the rectangular tiles.
Forest trails is not only a skill game for children, it is also a very beautiful and striking game that will awaken your attention due to the colors and the particular touch of the wood.
And that's not all, it's about 2 games in one. On the back of the main board and rectangular tiles, there are painted green and brown arrows (forest colors), ideal for children to practice with perception and laterality.
A tower, a castle, a house, animals ... as much as you can imagine. The set consists of 21 pieces of three types, a cube, a ribbon and a "U". They all fit together which increases the possibilities of play.
These kinds of games allow the child to give free rein to their imagination and their actions, they also introduce them to the fields of geometry and mathematics, at the same time that they sensitize them to the vision of shapes and volumes.
It is an evolutionary and unlimited material that offers opportunities and challenges for all ages. The game evolves together with the child and allows to cross the limits of self-knowledge and the material.
It is made of natural solid wood, so the touch and warmth of the pieces is fascinating and evocative.
Can you imagine a material with which to work with colors, geometric shapes and lines? Well, all that and much more is Entramados. A new material with immense potential that joins our family of Logic and Mathematics. As we say, the game possibilities are endless. The main idea is to roll the two dice and find the piece that meets the two premises that they indicate. There is only one possible result for each combination. We can propose it as an individual or collective game, also as a cooperative game and even as a domino.
With the little ones, in a sensory way, touching and manipulating the pieces, we will work on the name of the shapes and the name of the colors red, blue, yellow, green, orange and purple.
Math can be fun, of course it can. If you use engaging teaching methods, children will start to be interested in a really exciting subject. In a sensory way, touching and manipulating the pieces, we will work on the name of the shapes and the name of the colors, in addition to developing logical reasoning and imagination, spatial intelligence and the understanding of notions such as different shapes.
The main idea is to roll the three dice (geometric shape, color and pattern), find the corresponding pieces and assemble the figure that meets the premises that they indicate. There is only one possible result for each combination. It is an evolutionary game in which we can define the degree of difficulty according to the children's abilities.
The Color Wheel is a sensory tray made of beech wood in the shape of a circle. Each section is painted in a color, ideal for starting to classify objects or natural elements by color.
It tries to simulate a basic color wheel, but using a color premise used in Waldorf pedagogy. It has 7 compartments simulating the 7 days of the week. So it could also be used as the basis of a weekly calendar. Many ancient cultures believed that each day of the week had its corresponding planet, color, and even grain and smell. This belief has been adapted by Waldorf schools around the world. More details in the Description section.