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Aleta Kids

Aleta Kids Count On! Set

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$ 50
Provides 5 toys for children in need
  • Description

    If there was a “Most Versatile” toy parade, this counting set would for sure be an honoree. Beautifully crafted of responsibly sourced, smoothly sanded European beechwood, children can use this 11-piece block set and interchangeable lacing cords as a counting tool, soothing fine motor activity, building set, and more. As a counting tool, this set engages children’s natural fascination for numbers, which they’re exposed to at an early age, from answering how old they are to hearing how many eggs are needed to bake that cake. Around age four, when kiddos are usually ready to learn numbers and math concepts like addition, subtraction, proportions, comparisons, measures, sequences and progressions, use each numbered block as a “manipulative toy” to make abstract concepts material. With the lace cords, kids can practice patterning, building, construction, explore their creative side, and learn design basics, all play activities which support fine motor development and help build focus and patience. We could go on, but we’ll let kiddo lead the imagining!  

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  • Materials & Safety

    Materials: Well sanded, sustainably sourced European beechwood, cotton cord

    Details: Set includes 11 pieces and two cotton laces each one-yard long in natural color. The whole set is conveniently packed in a cotton bag. 

    Dimensions: Each piece is 2.36” W x .35” thick, heights range from .39”–3.93”. 

    Designed in New York, Handmade in Spain

    Care: This toy is unburnished so its lovely, natural patina will show and change over time. Apply a natural oil or beeswax from time to time if you desire a more standard finish.

    Age: 4 years+

  • Play is okay! tip

    By age four many children are ready to learn numbers and concepts like addition and subtraction, quantities, measures, proportions, comparisons (smaller than, bigger than, longer than…) sequences and progressions. All these concepts can be practiced with this toy, that can as well be used as blocks, a puzzle and a lacing toy to develop their fine motor skills.