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Masterkidz Wall Elements -Tactile Training Board (B) 牆面遊戲 - 觸覺訓練板 (B)

Masterkidz Wall Elements -Tactile Training Board (B) 牆面遊戲 - 觸覺訓練板 (B)

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Masterkidz Wall Elements -Tactile Training Board (B) 牆面遊戲 - 觸覺訓練板 (B)

Model: ME06608 | Ages 2+

Wall Elements – Tactile Training Board – A board containing 9 different materials encouraging tactile training. Children will be asked to match the materials. Educators can just ask the children to describe their observations of the materials to encourage verbal expression & increase vocabulary. Many more different plays can be applied with this durable toy. The board can be permanently mounted on a wall or used flexibly with Masterkidz Flexible Mounting System and Masterkidz Wall Elements Stand. Made from Russian birch plywood. Size of board 46 x 46 cm. Suitable for children aged 2+ years.
Ideal for the development of motor skills including hand-eye coordination, fine motor muscle strength and dexterity & the development of pre-writing skills. This is a fun and intriguing activity for children to work on key developmental skills while learning through play- a must have for any preschool learning environment.
The Tactile Training Board has a wealth of learning through play benefits. Play is such an important part of early childhood, providing children with opportunities to explore, enquire and make discoveries, in turn making sense of the world around them.
Developmental & Inclusion – MTA has a great selection of products for developing children’s abilities to grow, learn and develop their fine motor, gross motor and cognitive skills. This range also includes inclusive educational resources featuring sensory, tactile and relaxation products, along with a resources which cover areas in belonging and wellbeing, social and emotional development, as well as visual and language communications.

Ages 2+ years

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