LRN7566

Learning Resources Learning Counter - 200 per set

Theme/Subject: Learning - Skill Learning: Classroom, Mathematics, Counting, Sorting, Patterning, Probability

Reg. Price $11.99

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Excellent way to model math concepts
2-color design is perfect for introducing probability
Designed for children ages 5 and up
  • Additional Info
SKU
LRN7566
Manufacturer
Learning Resources
Manufacturer Part Number
7566
Choking Hazard
Yes
Grade
K+
Features
Durable
Recommended Age
5+
Theme/Subject
Learning
Additional Information

Grades: K+

Package Contents
  • 2-Color Counters Set
  • Polybag
  • Activity Guide
Recycled
No

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Learning Resources Learning Counter - 200 per set
 
4.5

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4.0

Great for patterns & sequencing too!

By TwinzeeMom

from Illinois

About Me First Time Parent, Parent Of Multiples (Twins etc), Stay At Home Parent

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Colorful
  • Easy Assembly
  • Helps Fine Motor Skills
  • Helps With Sensory Issues
  • Interactive

Cons

  • Difficult To Separate

Best Uses

  • Creative Development
  • Family Time
  • Group Activity
  • Indoor
  • Special Needs
  • Young Children

Comments about Learning Resources Learning Counter - 200 per set:

Have twins with sensory processing issues. One twin is weak with fine motor skills too. They are four. We use this more for sequencing or establishing patterns to be repeated, identifying colors, etc. Sometimes the twins will work with this for an hour at a time. The boy takes the sequencing sets and pretends they are trains too. He loves to pull them around on tables and floors saying, "Chugga chugga Choo Choo." The pieces can be slightly difficult to separate, so they slightly bend some of the connection tips, this creates a slight crack or looseness when connecting to the next piece. It is not anything major to us. We hope to use these for measurement when the twins are older.

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5.0

Good purchase

By Kimberly

from Fort Wayne, Indiana

About Me Education Oriented

Pros

  • Durable
  • Educational
  • Engaging
  • Interactive
  • Lots of Fun

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Young Children

    Comments about Learning Resources Learning Counter - 200 per set:

    These linking inchworms are a cute and easy way for children to practice measuring. They are easy to snap together and take apart and the little inchworm on top makes them look a little bit more fun than a regular block. One tub of 72 was enough for my students to use for math workstations with 5 students each working independently.

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