Count and place the natural wood balls onto the correct numbers of the board. Each dimple in the wood neatly cradles the balls, allowing the child to practice fine motor skills while conceptualizing the value each number represents.
Grouped into columns of five, your child will easily recognize the number through a glance rather than counting one by one. Number 11 is two groups of five plus one more. Or ten and one more. Following the same thinking, see how 14 is ten and four more? What's the difference between the top row and bottom row? The additional row of five for every number. So now you see how 12 plus 5 equals 17. Top row plus five equals number beneath it.
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Also available in the shop:
"11-20 Counting Board: Wool Balls"
"11-20 Tracing Board"
"11-20 Reversible Board"
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Ships three weeks after order is placed. If needed sooner, please write a note during the checkout process mentioning the requested delivery date.
Includes 155 wood 1/2-inch balls. Balls are a choking hazard for children under 3 years old. Suggested replacements would be snack foods such as dry cereal, raisins, blueberries, etc.
Made from maple hardwood and polished with natural oil.
Measures 12x16 inches. Wood is 0.5 inch thick and weighs 1.5 pounds.
An original “From Jennifer” design. Quick Reference: C20-L