Nesting and Stacking Cubes


The blocks are highly educational toys and allow children to discover and acquire a large number of concepts alone or accompanied by an adult. These blocks have been designed to ensure that young children develop while having fun and making discoveries independently. Hollow on the bottom and full on the top, these attractive and trendy blocks, with their colours, can be piled up or fitted into each other, thus allowing a natural approach to the notions of size, the top, the bottom, hidden, inside, next to. And what a joy when the building tumbles down! The portraits of the 10 animals, each as beautiful as the next, will help the little ones to enrich their vocabulary thanks to the hippopotamus, the tiger, the panda, etc. They will also be able to arrange them by size next to each other or inside each other and thus learn about sizes without realizing it: The rabbit is smaller than the panda but the tiger is bigger than the koala! To exercise their skills, children can stack each block from the largest to the smallest, discovering on each side the animals in their circus act and their rainbow accessory (maracas, hats, balloons, umbrellas, etc.) separately on another side. For older children, learning to count will be a pleasure by associating the cake with the number 1, the two carrots with the number 2 and so on. By making discoveries independently, this early learning toy is in line with Montessori teaching methods.

Rainbow cardboard nesting blocks illustrated by Andy Westface. Produced by VILAC. Includes 10 nesting blocks with largest block measuring approx: 15 x 15 x 15 cm. Safety rated for ages 2+.

Elaborés pour les petits et les grands, les 10 cubes révèlent de nombreuses surprises sur chaque face. Dès 1 an, les petits pourront jouer avec ces cubes, mais nous les conseillons vers 2 ans, âge où les enfants découvrent de nouvelles notions pour apprendre à trier par taille, empiler, encastrer, observer et compter. Sur chaque cube, les enfants découvrent un animal différent faisant un numéro de cirque. Sur les autres faces, on retrouve un objet associé à ce numéro, un portrait de l'animal et enfin un aliment répété autant de fois que le chiffre indiqué sur la dernière face. Empilés les uns sur les autres du plus grand au plus petit, les cubes forment une tour d'environ 87 cm ! Creux sur le dessous, ces cubes gigognes aux couleurs chatoyantes placés les uns dans les autres prennent peu de place quand on les range. • 10 cubes gigognes en carton épais de tailles différentes qui s'empilent, se juxtaposent ou s'encastrent.

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