Geometric solids AO2008
This set of solids introduces children to the world of geometry by teaching them the construction of flat and spatial figures - base and wall. By manipulating objects,distinguishing and naming geometric figures, they develop the sense of sight and touch. The set includes stands facilitating the work with rounded solids. All elements of the set are kept in a box with a lid. 18 elements: regular geometric solids: cube, cuboid, prism, pyramid with a triangular base, pyramid with a square base, cone, cylinder, sphere, ellipsoid, ovid (egg); flat figures: circle, square, rectan- gle, equilateral triangle, isosceles triangle; 3 stands; meas. of the box: 30 x 28 x 8 cm; material: wood, age: 3+
Geometric cabinet. Cabinet with geometric figures AO2013 Wooden cabinet with 6 drawers storing flat geometric figures. The set introduces children to the world of geometry. There is a space left on the top shelf for a figure demonstration tray (AO2012). Each dra- wer, with blue-coloured bottom, is filled with wooden frames. In each of them there are geometric figures and yellow square tiles. In the following drawers, the figures are arranged according to the order in which they will appear: I drawer – 6 circles, II drawer – 6 rec- tangles, III drawer – 6 triangles, IV – 4 quadrangles, V drawer – 6 regular polygons, VI drawer – rounded figures.
Geometric cabinet. Cabinet with cards with geometric figures AO2014 This set it is part of a geometric study and it consists of three cabinets with six shelves, on which the cards with geo- metric figures are kept. The first cabinet contains figures filled with colour, cabinet II - figures with a thick outline, III - figures with a thin outline. In each cabinet, on the next shelves from above, are placed the cards: with circles, then with rectan- gles, with triangles, with quadrilaterals, with polygons, and the last shelf is taken up by rounded figures. The activity with cabinets helps to associate the shape of the figures with their counterparts on the cards. It stimulates visual perception, con-
Noticing, differentiating, classifying and naming flat geometric figures develops visual perception. Muscle and movement coordination exercises of the hand and wrist train fine motor skills and prepare the hand for learning to write. • 32 pcs.: 6 circles with the dia. of 5 to 10 cm; 6 rectangles, from 5 to 10 cm and from 10 to 10 cm; 6 triangles: acute equilateral, acute triangle isosce- les, rectangular isosceles, rectangular polygonal, obtuse isosceles, obtuse polygonal; 4 quadrilaterals: rhombus, parallelogram, isosceles trapezoid, rectangular trapezoid; 6 regular polygons: from pentagon to decagon; 4 rounded figures: ellipsoid, oval, spherical triangle, clover (flower, rosette); meas. of the frame and the blank tile: 14 x 0,4 x 14 cm; meas. of the cabinet: 47,5 x 23 x 32,5 cm; material: wood; age: 3+
solidates the knowledge of shapes and names of flat geometric figures and im- proves the ability to define their charac- teristic features. • 96 cards, in each cabinet we can find: 6 cards with wheels dia. from 5 to 10 cm; 6 cards with rectan- gles, sides from 10 x 10 cm to 5 x 10 cm, 6 cards with triangles: acute equilateral, isosceles acute, isosceles rectangular, equilateral rectangular, obtuse isosceles, obtuse polygonal; 4 cards with quadrila- terals: rhombus, parallelogram, isosceles trapezoid, rectangular trapezoid; 6 cards with polygons: from pentagon to decagon; 4 cards with rounded figures: spherical ellipsoid, oval, spherical triangle, trefoil (flower); meas. of the card: 14 x 0,2 x 14 cm; meas. of the cabinet: 17 x 15 x 26 cm; material: wood; age: 3+
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