Calling all woodland wanderers! These enchanting toys
The beautiful wooden Count to Ten Puzzle is a fun and challenging way to explore numbers! As counting skills improve, children will be able to solve the puzzle by matching the numbers to the counting marks on the leaves. The leaf pieces do not have a number printed on the back, the dashes on the front indicate the number.
The sturdy and adorable acorn shaped cards are perfect for play and just the right size for little hands in our Woodland Memory Game. It's a match for parents looking to encourage cognitive skills while having fun. Kids will be entertained by the animal and plant illustrations, designed to encourage conversation and imagination. You will find owl, squirrel, hedgehog, fox, and more in this illustrated Woodland themed set.
Count to Ten Leaves Puzzle:
Note: Every child learns at their own pace. Some children grasp number concepts around 4-5 years old, but some can start earlier and some later. Remember to have fun and be patient!
Ways to explore: Count the marks on the leaves, then match with the corresponding number in the tray. Counting the lobes on the leaf is another way to practice. As counting skills increase, the higher numbers will come into reach.
Recommended for Ages 3+. Measures 10 inches x 7 inches. Made from sustainably sourced rubberwood. Do not submerge in water. Not intended for teething. Visit our wood care page for information on how to care for your Wee Gallery wooden toys.
Woodland Memory Game:
Made of sturdy FSC certified board. Recommended for ages 3+. 40 cards for 20 matching pairs.
How to Play: Lay each card face down on a flat surface. Placing the cards in neat rows will assist with keeping track of their locations. Each turn, a player turns over two cards to see if they have found a matching pair. If you get a pair, place those cards in front of you and take another turn. It is the next player's turn when no match is made. Once all of the cards are matched, the player who has the most pairs wins.
**Hint: to begin with an easier level of play, you can remove some pairs from the set to have a reduced number of cards. As children's memory and matching skills improve, add more cards back in to keep the game stimulating for even more playtime. For an earlier start, show your child the cards face-up and let them match the images and colors.
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