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Geostacks

Designed to learn about colour and shape, develop eye-hand co-ordination, concentration, memory skills, understand quantity and numerals and the relationship between them and to reason and analyse.

Geostacks is designed to improve eye-hand co-ordination, learn about colour and shape, learn to reason and analyse, understand quantity, recognise numerals 1-5, understand the relationship between quantity and numeral and develop concentration and memory skills. As you child plays you can talk about shapes and colours, and start to introduce a numerical vocabulary as well. Children can then follow the geostacks copy cards.

NB: The library resources are available for ADSA library members to borrow. Unfortunately we do not sell direct to the general public.

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