The House of Shapes helps toddlers develop visual, physical, linguistic and analytical skills together!
Its a great way to introduce them to different shapes and colours!
Kids love putting shapes through the correct slots and watching them disappear inside the house. Trying out different shapes through a slot encourages them to think of options and apply problem solving logic.
Teach them about 6 different shapes (square, rectangle, circle, triangle, semi-circle and pentagon) and colours in a fun and engaging manner.
It also develops hand eye coordination and fine motor skills.
How to play
Guide your child to put each shape through the corresponding slot into the house. When done, simply tip it over and do it again! The sense of accomplishment at figuring out what goes where results in a big smile always!
Some suggested variations once your little one has understood the concept
- Putting only a certain shape into the house
- Putting only a certain colour through the right slot
- Identifying things around the house that are the same shape or colour
- Counting the number of blocks
- Feeling and counting which shapes have corners
What your child learns
- Hand eye coordination and dexterity
- Fine motor skills
- Colour and shape recognition
- Early maths concepts - counting, geometrical shapes
- Boosts vocabulary
- Problem solving and analytical ability
- Concentration and focus
- Confidence and a sense of accomplishment