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Grimms 5 Math Friends

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5 Math Friends in wooden frame(+ - : x =). Such a fun way to learn math processes! Here combined with Acrylic Glitter Stones 43099. Each hand-painted peg doll is unique! Materials: alder and maple wood, non-toxic water based color stain/non-toxic plant based oil finish. Size: frame length 10cm, peg dolls height 6cm, diameter 3cm.

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Math friends

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Lovely little set of people. My older daughter used them as a visual help with various counters to make maths sentences and my younger son uses the as people in his various vehicles. Lovely pastel colours! The maths symbols are very subtle being made with silver pen and wear off with rough use - we have them for nearly a year now, but it will be easy to 're-do' them if needed.


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Grimms maths friends

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These helped my little one with her maths - she needs something to visualise with
However the division sign wasn’t great as it isn’t the sign she is use to


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Lovely

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These really helped when doing math homework with my daughter
She loved the visual aid when paired with the grimms 12 friends for simple sums
Small but beautifully made


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Small but good for eyfs

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These are a 4/5 from me. Firstly because the ratio symbol isn't as recognised by UK little ones as a division sign, so I had to modify them myself using a silver pen. Secondly, for very little children, I think that the standard Grimm's friends (in cups or otherwise!) would be a better choice - these are very pastel and subtle ... I think very tiny children would prefer bright colours. Having said that, for a reception aged child, learning maths symbols, these are very cool


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