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EDITOR'S PICK: 10 PRODUCTS FOR VARIOUS SCHEMAS- PART 3 #SCHEMASATURDAY

EDITOR'S PICK: 10 PRODUCTS FOR VARIOUS SCHEMAS- PART 3 #SCHEMASATURDAY

Over the last 3 weeks, we've gone on a journey to understand what a schema is, and toys to help facilitate practice of the schemas of Trajectory, Rotating and Enclosing, and Enveloping, Transporting and Connecting.

This week we bring to you 6 toys that will help develop the schemas of Orientating and Positioning.

 

Orientating

1. BALANCE BOARD from Zilpa collection

The solid balance board is an open-ended toy. It is a Waldorf-inspired plaything that can be many things — especially to a child. It is a balance board, a rocking saddle, a slide, a bridge, a tunnel, a balance beam, a stool, a catapult... a rocker board!

 

2. SLIDE LADDER - GREEN AND YELLOW from OK Play

 

3. HOP SCOTCH - PLAY MAT from I Learn N Grow

This game helps children to master body control. Hopscotch also helps children to manage body rhythm, which is the core of numerous other skills. Movements involved build body strength, balance, eye/hand coordination and more

 

Positioning

 

4. CAVE STACKER by Chaya Nisarga

Representing the element Earth, these irregularly shaped nested stackers by Chaya Nisarga, made of wood, can be used as stacking and nesting toys, like a puzzle, and even as a prop for open-ended play. That is the beauty of open-ended play – there is no pre-defined way to use a toy!

 

5. MONTESSORI FIRST PUZZLE SET by Ariro

A simple toy helps the child focus on a sole purpose, hence boosting them with confidence from the achievement and clearly isolating the objective of the task. Imported Beech Wood.

 

6. RAINBOW CUBE BUILDING BLOCKS by Chitrani

Build, create, and learn with this colorful set of 36 wooden rainbow blocks. Children will have hours of endless educational fun with our Heirloom quality Rainbow Wooden 36 Cubes set which fires up their imagination, maybe today they will just make patterns but tomorrow they could be used to build a rocket. These wooden cubes are smooth and tactile and a fab toy for open-ended play and unlimited learning possibilities.

 

We hoped you liked learning about schemas!

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