The Resource Chunky number maths puzzle, (toy)

Chunky number maths puzzle, (toy)

Label
Chunky number maths puzzle
Title
Chunky number maths puzzle
Subject
Genre
Cataloging source
NRAND
Characteristic
toy
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Inset puzzles (Toy)
  • Number (Toy)
  • Wooden toys
Target audience
juvenile
Label
Chunky number maths puzzle, (toy)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • A 23 piece wooden inset puzzle in a tray with the numbers 1 to 20 and mathematical symbols
  • "One, two, three! Counting is great fun! But can you count all the way up to 20? This colourful puzzle provides children with their first introduction to numbers and includes mathematical symbols for more advanced learners."
  • "Empty the puzzle pieces out and then place them back in the puzzle in their correct order. Great for number learning and motor skills. Take the puzzle pieces and stand them on their ends on a hard surface for independent play. Older children can use the mathematical symbols to create simple equations such as 1+2=3."
  • On packaging: "Age 3+ years"
  • Materials: wood, water-based paint
Carrier category
unmediated
Carrier category code
  • n
Carrier MARC source
rdamedia
Content category
tactile three-dimensional form
Content type code
  • tcf
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
27.5 H x 28.5cm W.
Extent
24 pieces: 23 wooden puzzle pieces- numbers 1 to 20, an addition sign, a subtraction sign, an equals sign, 1 wooden baseboard;
Media category
object
Media MARC source
rdacarrier
Media type code
  • nr
Label
Chunky number maths puzzle, (toy)
Publication
Note
  • A 23 piece wooden inset puzzle in a tray with the numbers 1 to 20 and mathematical symbols
  • "One, two, three! Counting is great fun! But can you count all the way up to 20? This colourful puzzle provides children with their first introduction to numbers and includes mathematical symbols for more advanced learners."
  • "Empty the puzzle pieces out and then place them back in the puzzle in their correct order. Great for number learning and motor skills. Take the puzzle pieces and stand them on their ends on a hard surface for independent play. Older children can use the mathematical symbols to create simple equations such as 1+2=3."
  • On packaging: "Age 3+ years"
  • Materials: wood, water-based paint
Carrier category
unmediated
Carrier category code
  • n
Carrier MARC source
rdamedia
Content category
tactile three-dimensional form
Content type code
  • tcf
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
27.5 H x 28.5cm W.
Extent
24 pieces: 23 wooden puzzle pieces- numbers 1 to 20, an addition sign, a subtraction sign, an equals sign, 1 wooden baseboard;
Media category
object
Media MARC source
rdacarrier
Media type code
  • nr

Library Locations

    • Lionel Bowen Library and Community CentreBorrow it
      669-673 Anzac Parade, Marouba, NSW, 2035, AU
      -33.938111 151.237977
    • Malabar Community LibraryBorrow it
      1203 Anzac Parade, Matraville, NSW, 2036, AU
      -33.962293 151.245961
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