Lion Geometric Shape & Lock Challenge Board
This activity sees a high mileage as it can be follow your little one through his or her growing milestones.
Babies' (12 months old onwards) visual processing begins in two key areas - shapes and colours. Identifying and sorting colours and shapes is a great way to foster better coordination and develop thinking skills. Point out circles, triangles, and squares and help your toddlers understand shape names and match corresponding shapes.
The locks in the rods creates an advanced activity for children from 2 years old onwards. It nurtures patience and concentration of your little one(s) as they try fixing the shapes according to the locks on the respective rods. This activity will in turn help stimulate your toddler's motor and mental development as they figure the way to fix or remove the blocks out of the rods.
The Beetle Geometric Shape and Lock Challenge Board has a slightly more advanced level compared to the Lion Geometric Shape and Lock Challenge Board as little ones get to boost their dexterity skills with the screw rings.
Similar product is the Elephant Geometric Shape and Lock Challenge Board.
Every set includes a slip of instructions and tips on how to integrate learning into play as your little one progresses in age and milestones.