Sorting and classifying are the building blocks for logic and reasoning. These Bug Counters can play a role in developing essential early math skills. Develop sorting, counting, color recognition and shape recognition skills. 12 shapes – ant, butterfly, caterpillar, cockroach, dragon fly, fly, ladybird, locust, rhinoceros beetle, scorpion, spider, stag beetle and 6 colors – red, orange, yellow, green, blue and purple.
72 counters (12 shapes and 6 colors), with a tweezers and Activity Guide in a jar.
Not suitable for children under 3 years.
Small parts. Choking hazard.
Jennifer Lakhlani – “These have survived my toddler who loves to destroy things. Colorful, no sharp pieces, and durable. Could possibly be a choke hazard for some kids. But my child has oral aversion, so no worries from me about that.”
Counters with a sorting focus
Counters are essential learning materials for children. Use different counters to learn basic number concepts like sorting, matching, comparing, sequencing, patterning and basic counting.
Hands-on learning manipulatives
Children learn valuable language and classification skills when using these materials. Children may also design their own games by using these counters.
Stimulate tactile experience
Children will love the small details in these high quality Bug counters and their rubbery feel an interesting way to teach early addition and subtraction skills.