Spatial Relationships

Where Is Bear?

Where is bear?

Where is bear? uses words that help children build their understanding of spatial relationships. Its important for children to learn and use words like “behind, in front of, next to, on top of, under, and in”. You can play a game like “where is bear?” by hiding something in your house….

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Pattern Games

Patterns repeat in a regular way that helps you predict what comes next. Patterns are in song, dance, poetry, art, buildings, nature, and numbers. These materials provide some different ways that children can play with copying, extending, fixing, and creating patterns.

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Pattern Block Puzzle Games

Pattern block puzzles

Creating designs with pattern blocks — those multicolored trapezoids, hexagons, and triangles that are a mainstay in many preschool classrooms — is a great way for children to build their geometric thinking and spatial skills. Our Pattern Block Puzzle games help children explore shapes, shape rotations, 2-D composition and decomposition,…

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Number Path Games

Lily pads

Our Jumping on the Lily Pads number path game helps children develop a mental number line. In this game, children take turns rolling a dot cube and moving their frog (or any token or game piece) along a lily pad game board. The goal of the game is to have…

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