Guidecraft Jr Rainbow Block 40 Piece Set
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- Set includes 40 assorted shapes of solid wood frames with inset colored acrylic windows for ages 2+
- Durable hardwood frames with vibrantly colored insets
- One third smaller than standard unit block measurements
- Material: Hardwood frames with primary colored, transparent acrylic windows
- Educational Focus: Hand-eye coordination, visual perception, color exploration or light table activities
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An adventure in color and light! One-third smaller than unit block size, Jr. Rainbow Blocks are a new challenge in creating structures and extending traditional block play. Smooth hardwood frames with inset, colorful, transparent acrylic windows are also ideal for color exploration and light table activities. Ages 2+.
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|Item Dimensions||10.3 x 10.3 x 3.3 in||5.04 x 8.98 x 2.68 in||8.5 x 8.5 x 3 in||8.5 x 8.5 x 3 in|
|Number of Pieces||40||1||10||8|
Top Customer Reviews
Standard units in blocks are very useful as they are proportional in size. For instance, two squares will equal a rectangle, two quarter circles will equal a half circle, etc. Blocks in standard sizes expose young children to fractions and math through the trial and error of play way before they are ready for formal learning and can also be used when they begin school for explaining and illustrating these concepts.