|Brand Name||Learning Resources|
|Item Weight||2.6 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||5.6 x 5.6 x 6.1 inches|
|Item model number||LER0203|
|Number of Items||1|
|Size||1 X 1 in|
|Manufacturer Part Number||LER0203|
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Learning Resources Square Color Tiles, Set of 400
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- Tiles are great for sorting, stacking, and comparing & contrasting
- Kids explore number and color patterns, measurement, and probability
- Set of 400 tiles in 6 colors
- Includes storage bucket and activity guide
- Ages 3+
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Kids will explore number and color patterns, measurement, and probability, with this set of 400 tiles in 6 colors. Includes storage bucket and activity guide. Tiles measure 1”x 1”.
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Watch your children explore and build colorful patterns with these plastic tiles. Set includes 400 color tiles in four colors packaged in a reusable storage bucket. Activity Guide included.
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Top customer reviews
They are made of hard, durable, shiny plastic, and can be written on with a dry-erase marker and cleaned easily. You could use them to write letters on to build spelling words, doing vowels in one color and consonants in another.
In our homeschool, we use them for probability, for patterning, and for making designs. You can grab a random handful of them, and make a bar graph of what colors you got in your handful. They're also good for teaching area and perimeter, and tiling a surface, since each tile is 1 square inch.
Another favorite activity with these is for toddlers. While the tiles are a potential choking hazard and require close supervision, they're big enough and bright enough to supervise easily (they don't fit inside my choking hazard tester, but I still watch the little ones closely), and toddlers LOVE them. I took an X-acto knife and cut a slot in the plastic lid of the container that's just wide enough to fit the tiles through sideways. Now, the little ones love when I set out a handful on the table for them (they make a great clinky noise, too), and they'll spend forever fitting the pieces back in through the slot (sort of like a piggy bank). It's a great fine-motor development activity, and I can teach colors at the same time. "Where's a blue one? Can you put a blue one in now?"
Overall, this is a simple, but worthwhile and versatile toy.
- Well made product.
- Color all the way through.
- Solid- not bendable by kids goofing off
- Clear plastic container with removeable lid holds the product and allows for easy storage.
This is a good brand to buy if you are using these for elementary kids or middle school kids like I bought them for. Math is often a difficult subject for kids to master. By using these tiles I can more effectively teach algebra techniques by providing a hands-on approach so they can see tactically what is going on in the problem.
I plan to use the leftovers as they were intended (a learning tool) with my 3yo while the big kids are in school this year.
Couldn't be happier!