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Pop Lock Stacking Squares
Learn how your child can make use of this toy to have fun and learn at the same time.
Pop Lock Stacking Squares - KA10826
Size: 6.5cm(W) x 6.5cm(H) x 2cm(D)

A set of 10 Pop Lock Stacking Squares can help strengthen fine and gross motor skills and eye-hand coordination. When children pull-apart and pop-together the stacking squares, it helps develop arm and palm muscle. Also, it trains eye-hand coordination when they stack the squares on one another.

Objective: Sensory stimulation – touch the stacking squares

Method: Toddler touch the concave-convex surface of the soft plastic sqaures

Objective: To train the fine motor skills

Method: The colorful squares are designed for young children to grasp. Parents can help and encourage children to grasp the stacking squares with both their right and left hands.

Objective: Twisting

Method: Link any two of the pieces together. Encourage children to twist them in opposite directions. This trains both their gross and fine motor skills.

Objective: Fine and gross motor training - Pull apart the stacking squares

Method: Encourage children to pull apart the connected blocks. This trains both their gross and fine motor skills.

Objective: Learning Numbers

Method: Teach children to identify the numbers 1-10 using the numbered side of the squares.

Objective: Identify and point the numbers

Method: Say a number and guide your child to point to it on the block.

Objective: Learning Colors

Method: Teach children to identify colors such as red, orange, yellow and blue on the sides of the blocks.

Objective: Identify and point the colors

Method: Say a color and guide your child to point to it on the block.

Objective: Stacking

Method: Stacking Squares can help strengthen fine and gross motor skills and eye-hand coordination

Objective: Building with blocks

Method: Build the following configurations, starting from the simple ones and progressing to the complex ones:

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