This shape sorter allows a child to identify and match the shape patterns with those on the board and learn about fractions at the same time.
How to play:
⋅ In the initial stage, children can stack the geometric shape on the board which will help develop hand muscle and eye-hand coordination. Parents can help teach about colours and shape.
⋅ In the next stage, parents can ask children to identify and match the shape patterns with those on the board such as circle, square, triangle and learn about fractions at the same time.
⋅ Lastly, parents can guide children to place the 2 different shape patterns with those on the board helping them learn about problem solving skill (AQ).
⋅ Parents should praise children when they can do it and advice as well as encourage them if they are not able to.
⋅ Eye-hand coordination
⋅ Physical development consist of:
1. Gross motor skill ( leg muscle, hand muscle-obtained from running, walking and exercising)
2. Fine Motor skill
3. Skilled and efficient in walking and balancing
4. Agility and skillful in movement
⋅ Reasoning regarding occurrence of sound and structure
⋅ Ability to think, analyze, plan and organize