WHATS OPPOSITE

Solitary play | Parallel Play | Peer play | Parent-child play

WHATS OPPOSITE

Age Groups: 3 to 4, 4 to 5 .

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This puzzle is a great educational toy for kids and helps them learn that a whole is made of parts & , opposites also assists language skills, develops attention and thinking skills such as recognizing, remembering, matching, sorting and problem solving. It helps build visual-perceptual skills and develops hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills. The final picture is shown on the box, which acts as a guide for your little one to match and put the pieces together.

Types of Play

Learning Objective

Categories

  • Brain Development
  • Concept Learning
  • Eye-Hand coordination
  • Genral knowledge
  • Language Development
  • Vocabulary Building
  • Brain Development
  • Mathematical Skills
  • Fine motor skills
  • Puzzles
  • Quiet play

Other Details

  • Contents: 48 Pcs
  • Material: Card



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