SumBlox Early Childhood Activity Cards

SumBlox Early Childhood Activity Cards

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Each of the 12 cards has an illustrated front for children to follow, and a set of step-by-step instructions on the back to aid teachers and parents during instruction.


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Innovative Maths Blocks

SumBlox are an innovative way to develop maths skills. Learning to count, add, subtract, multiply and much more is as simple as stacking building blocks. SumBlox are solid wood stacking number blocks designed to improve numeracy and make learning more accessible, more fun, and more exciting. They encourage both hand-eye coordination and improve motor skills. Smaller sets of SumBlox will introduce individual children to learning with SumBlox and larger sets allow exploration of more complex concepts, and further cooperation with other learners. There is endless potential to learn with building blocks, and the freedom to create something beautiful is confined only to your imagination!


This is one of the best products I have ever seen to help young children learn about numbers and basic arithmetic

Professor Keith Devlin (Stanford Mathematician, Author & NPR 'Math guy')

SumBlox are engaging and entertaining, children can learn through play, either on their own or with other children. Teachers can use them in their classrooms to teach basic math skills. In essence, SumBlox is a creative learning tool that enables children to play and do the work of childhood.

Dr. Jean Lau Chin (Ed. D, School Psychology, Adelphi University Professor)

These beautiful wooden numbers are open-ended and allow children to self-direct their learning. These numbers bring math exploration to life. My youngest, middle and oldest child all use them productively and in their own unique way.

Lizzie Assa, MsEd (@theworkspaceforchildren)

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