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Where is?

41,50 VAT included
Material for collective use for the development of spatial orientation, with two game modes: bingo for opposite positions (blue frame), and bingo for spatial orientation (red frame).
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Where are we in the house?

19,95 VAT included
Association game to learn to classify the actions that are carried out in the different rooms of a house. It contains resistant cards (pictograms) and a maxi die to make learning more educational and fun.
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Where the animals live?

19,95 VAT included
Association game to discover where animals live: on the farm, in the jungle, in the desert, at the poles or under water.
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Bees in the hive

26,50 VAT included
Six bees varying in color (red, purple, yellow, orange, green, and blue) combine with a hive to create a realistic hive environment. It teaches little ones about bees: their diet, their habitat, their life purpose, etc. With this game, the hives can be stacked and invite the children to use the pincers to take each bee to its correct home. Encourage the development of cognitive and fine motor skills by using the tweezers to grasp and sort bees, pair each bee with its corresponding hive, and learn about bee species during free time.
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Fingerprint Alphabet

47,00 VAT included
The alphabet has 30 letters of 6x8cm in which we find; on one side the calligraphic sign of each of the letters of the Castilian alphabet and on the other its equivalence in the fingerprint language of the Spanish sign language. The set is versatile, extremely pedagogical and offers, on the one hand, a simple method of approaching sign language and its learning and, on the other, an effective tool in the development of literacy from a sensory approach, as all the elements have been manufactured by gravure. In addition, it has a 16x14x12cm wooden box to store all the cards in a compact way.  
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Waldorf Rainbow for Bedside Table

16,54 VAT included
How many colors can your rainbow fit? This resource is very versatile for endless activities on your nightstand. In addition to working with colors and sensory stimulation, you will be able to do activities aimed at geometric compression, seriation, or sizes and scales. These types of toys are aimed at reinforcing attention and concentration and the development of creative didactics is very suitable. In the set come two rainbows with 12 clear plastic semicircles.
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Seesaw - Balance Board

67,00 VAT included
Emmi Pikler defended that babies, to develop their full potential, only need space, freedom of movement and comfortable clothing. Pikler assumes that children are capable of taking the appropriate evolutionary steps at the moment they are ready, without the need to force them or try to speed them up. When this happens, babies learn to know themselves and their development is much more harmonious and adequate. Based on the Pikler pedagogy, we bring this seesaw, which offers many possibilities for play and motor development. If children get on top, you can practice balancing and rocking. If the seesaw is placed upside down, it can serve as a bridge to go under or to climb over. In addition, it presents many possibilities at the level of symbolic play. It can be a crib, a counter, a bridge, a castle, the doll's house, etc. Discover various ways of balancing yourself! This toy comes with a curved plywood board and rope that can help children learn to balance by standing, sitting, and rocking back and forth. Excellent for developing physical strength and body control.
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Sand tray 119cm

89,95 VAT included
Playing with water and sand, outdoors or on the sensory trays, is one of the most complete and fun games for children. By playing with these elements, children can develop their creativity, motor skills, sensory intelligence, social skills when interacting with other children, mathematical reasoning, etc. For children with special needs, manipulating and experimenting with water and sand is extremely important for their sensory and cognitive regulation. This litter tray is made of resistant FSC pine wood treated for the outdoors. It comes with 2 built-in benches, floor tarp and protective cover, and is extra deep.

Ideal for:

+18 months

Sensory integration Motor skills
 

TEA ADHD AD S.Down
 

Montessori
 

+18 months

Sensory integration Motor skills
 

TEA ADHD AD S.Down
 

Montessori
 

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Small litter tray

81,21 VAT included
Playing with water and sand, outdoors or on the sensory trays, is one of the most complete and fun games for children. By playing with these elements, children can develop their creativity, motor skills, sensory intelligence, social skills when interacting with other children, mathematical reasoning, etc. For children with special needs, manipulating and experimenting with water and sand is extremely important for their sensory and cognitive regulation.

Ideal for:

+18 months

Sensory integration Motor skills
 

TEA ADHD AD S.Down
 

Montessori
 

+18 months

Sensory integration Motor skills
 

TEA ADHD AD S.Down
 

Montessori
 

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Polycarbonate tray for A2 light panels

44,80 VAT included
Polycarbonate scanning tray for A2 light panels. Large, shallow clear thermoplastic cover designed to fit over our A2 * light panel, providing an illuminated container for a variety of arts, crafts, messy play, sensory or exploration activities. Help in the following learning areas: • Understanding the world: light and color • Understanding the world: exploration • Understanding the world: observation • Expressive art and design - art • Personal development: collaborative play • Enabling environment: practical resources Specification Size: 67 cm long x 49 cm wide x 5.3 cm high. Internal depth 4.4 cm. * A2 panel light sold separately.
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Wooden blocks to link

29,42 VAT included
Four blocks of beech wood with holes and cords to link, ideal for developing manual dexterity and eye-hand coordination. Includes cylinder, cube, triangular prism and octagonal prism. Supports the following areas of learning: • Physical development: motor skills • Physical development: eye-hand coordination
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Sensory blocks Wonder

24,60 VAT included
These Wonder sensory blocks will benefit your children by helping them develop three senses: vision, touch and hearing. Children can develop their eyesight by stacking the blocks by color. In addition, they will learn to differentiate objects by touch, since the blocks have soft materials and fabrics with different textures. The green and orange blocks have a surprise that they will discover when shaking them.