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1 Colour Great for colour matching games Explore, discuss and sort the different objects 2


Matching Butterfly Toddlers and young children will enjoy matching the soft textured items to the colour zones on this velvety soft playmat. A great place for babies and toddlers to sit and explore, as well as providing a lovely sorting and matching activity. Encourage a range of early skills including listening, observation and communication. There’s a variety of objects to discover, including a cat, car, fish, a spider, a heart and an orange. Simply find the object and place it on the corresponding colour. Turn the mat over and play pattern games with the included shapes, e.g. can you place a red square on both sides of the butterfly’s wing? This is a lovely introduction to shape, colour and symmetry in an informal way. It also makes a great matching pairs game. A versatile set with so many potential learning opportunities. You could even try matching with your own items. Set includes one reversible butterfly, 32 items and 26 shapes.


Machine washable. Size: L112 x W96cm.


Suitable from birth. EY06791


2 Colour Sorting Baskets Children will love matching the various soft textured items into the corresponding shopping baskets. Learn to match by colours as you find the purple car and place it inside the bag. A lovely early maths skills activity as well as a catalyst for communication. Some children with specific schematic interests will love transporting, enclosing, emptying and filling. Set includes 4 objects for each of the 6 baskets. Made from soft velour and MDF pieces. Machine washable baskets. For ages 12mths+.


Size: Basket D14 x W14 x H20cm. EY06694


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