Did you know that learning to value and respect diversity is vital for children to develop a sense of belonging, identity, and well being to become effective communicators and confident involved learners?
This colorful wooden puzzle includes a round wooden base encircling 11 chunky wooden pieces representing a range of children from a cross section of cultural backgrounds with different abilities. This toy promotes the idea that children may all look different and have different abilities, but all are being included. On the base are outlines of the pieces to aid children in completing the puzzle. The puzzle supports the development of problem-solving, concentration and fine-motor skills while encouraging children to think inclusively.
Images are printed using non-toxic heat transfer technology and sealed with a clear matt varnish to ensure they last for years to come!
Developmental and Inclusion Resource
11 Piece set.
Measures approximately 15cm in diameter and 2cm thick.
This one is a great way to introduce mathematical concepts through play. Children can use their problem-solving skills to complete the puzzle. When they are ready and are showing interest, you can begin to discuss the concepts of fractions and talk about how many pieces make up a whole, half and quarters, for example.
A great toy that can be used as a simple puzzle in the early years and reintroduced when children are ready to learn about mathematical concepts. This set contains fractions from 1 whole to 1/10.
56 piece set.
Approximately 18 cm in diameter and 4cm high.
Made with FSC certified beech wood.
Suitable for children ages 2 years and over.
Contains fractions from 1 whole to 1/10.
Early STEM Resource (science, technology, engineering, mathematics)
Little Happy Architect My Home includes 28 wooden pieces comprising of a caravan, townhouse, house or apartment and 20 wooden people representing a range of cultures, genders and ages.
A fantastic toy set for encouraging role-play and storytelling as well as opening up conversations about diversity, equality and belonging.
Our Happy Architect range promotes creativity and imaginative play while also developing fine motor skills putting the town together. Learning through play encourages children to learn, develop and grow while having fun!
Developmental and Inclusion Resource
28 wooden pieces and one vinyl playmat measuring 65 x 60cm.
Printed using non-toxic heat transfer technology.
Largest piece measures 24 x 18cm, the smallest piece measures 4 x 1.5cm.
This is a matching pairs memory game with a super fun twist. One disk in the pair is printed with a close up of an animal’s features while the other pair shows the entire animal.
A great set for developing pre-school cognitive learning through aiding simple reasoning and problem-solving. As well as promoting children’s visual discrimination through matching, comparing, sorting and organising.
Match the Dalmatian with its spots, the turtle with its shell or the zebra with its stripes, just to mention a few.
Other animals in the set are a crocodile, rooster, frog, leopard, fish and giraffe.
Illustrations are printed using non-toxic heat transfer technology and sealed with a clear matt varnish to ensure they last for years of creative play.
Early Literacy Resource
20 wooden discs in each set that comes in a reusable fabric bag.
The Community Heroes set represents the real heroes of our community, beautifully photographed on wooden puzzle blocks. This puzzle is great for working on problem-solving skills, as well as opening the conversation about how these important roles support the community as a whole.
Each side of the blocks can be put together to create one of six different scenes across all walks of life including a school crossing guard, a doctor with patient, police protecting our community, rubbish collection, lifesavers on the beach and firefighters. Like all our toys, we use heat transfer technology to ensure the design lasts for years to come. No peeling stickers here.