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Fingerprint Alphabet

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.  

Wooden blocks to link

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

Sensory blocks Wonder

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.

Eco-friendly tactile shells

These specially designed seashells have different tactile surfaces and come in 3 sizes. They are made from Natural Fiber Particle Composite (FPC), an agricultural waste product from rice stalks and husks. Children will love touching and feeling these shells, describing the differences and similarities. It's also great for teaching early number concepts like ordering, matching, comparing, sequencing, patterning, and counting. The set contains 36 touch covers, 2 of each in 6 different touch finishes and 3 sizes. FPC* has the following ecological benefits: • Breaks down in the environment • Zero pollution – reduced energy and water use in manufacturing • Fully recyclable

Set of colored silicone sensory circles

This set consists of 10 textured circular discs made of ultra-soft flexible silicone: 5 large and 5 small. On the surface of each circle there is a pattern that is distinctive and different from the rest of the whole. Children can feel these textures and discover their differences: by placing the small circles in the provided felt bag they can see if they discover or guess the pattern they are feeling; or using their feet, they can walk on the large sensory circles to see if they can distinguish them. Bringing the small and large sensory circles together through touch is also a lot of fun, with or without a blindfold. Silicone has excellent properties that make it the ideal material for sensory circles: it is strong, safe to handle and ultra soft to the touch. On the floor, the circles will grip and not slide even on a shiny surface and after use they can be hand washed or put in a dishwasher on high heat to clean them thoroughly without damaging them. Includes activity guide. Supports the following areas of learning: • Personal development - sensory • Comprehension of the world: color • Communication and language: descriptive language • Personal development: collaborative play • Physical development: motor skills 2015 PPS Gold Award Winner (Toys and Games Category 3 -5) PPS Award reviewers said:"We loved them. The kids used the circles to create snail shell designs, simply and quickly. They were very easy to wash with warm soapy water at the end of the creative activity and dried overnight, ready to use the next morning with our bedside table. The bag provided for the smaller circles was a nice touch. Appealing to children, especially walking on them in bare feet! Totally non-slip, Which we loved! The use of language to describe them was encouraged. Also good as a set of felt bags. "

Circus Beads to Thread

This circus is quite a story! These beads to thread hold endless circus stories. How many can you imagine? Through these 42 beech wood beads, the little ones will be able to develop their imagination by telling a lot of stories, while the not-so-little ones will improve their motor skills by threading them on the included laces.

Beads to link pastel color

These laces encourage children to develop fine motor skills, creativity and concentration. It consists of 15 beads of 3 different geometric shapes and 2 cords. Children can create infinite patterns from their imagination or follow our guidelines.

Tactile domino

This wooden domino game, with large tiles with different textures, is extremely useful for sensory integration therapies. While playing with colors, different types of surfaces can also be recognized by touch. It serves to develop tactile perception, attention and concentration; and it's a fun way for kids to start accepting the rules of the game.

Link families of the world

Set of 24 wooden figures to link them together, representing different families of the world. It allows children to link their own family and play with the characters, who also remain standing. Includes 6 colored laces. Develops fine motor skills in children.

Link professions

Set of 24 wooden figures to link them together, representing different trades and their related elements. It allows the children to link each job with its elements and play with the figures, which also remain standing. Includes 8 colored laces. Develops fine motor skills in children.

Sensory foot marks

Six pairs of footmarks in six colors with new textured surfaces. Made of soft non-slip plastic. It can be used as a resource for panels or night tables. Supports the following areas of learning: • Physical development: motor skills • Personal development: self-awareness • Personal development: collaborative play

Numbered colorful gel fish

In this set, the goldfish have the numbers 0-20 written on one side and their corresponding dots on the other. Ideal for learning to count (points are grouped for logic learning), for associating numbers with quantities, for color recognition and for sensory play. These numbered fish are soft to the touch and filled with rainbow colored gel pellets. They have a hole at the top to hang them with string or pegs. Translucent colors will blend in when placed against a table or light panel, eg. Eg blue and yellow together will produce green. The fish have an attractive texture that invites sensory exploration and can have a calming effect when the beads are moved; They can also be frozen to add another level of sensory discovery. Supports the following areas of learning: • Mathematics: numbers and counting • World understanding: color • Personal development - sensory integration • Expressive arts and design: imaginative play • Communication and language: descriptive language