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TickiT Stackable Threading & Counting Translucent Buttons (Lacing & Sorting Set – 144 Transparent Buttons + 12 Laces)

£29.99

Age: 3y+

1 in stock

Learning Skills

  • Art & Design
  • Colours
  • Creativity
  • Fine Motor Skills
  • Imagination
  • Mathematical Skills
  • Observational Skills
  • Pre-Writing Skills
  • Sensory
  • Shapes

Overview

2017 PPS Silver Award Winner

This award-winning set of mixed shape (star, circle, hexagon and square) translucent plastic buttons comes in 6 transparent colours (red, orange, yellow, green, blue and clear). Each button has 1, 3 or 5 holes in the centre, making them perfect for threading and lacing, with the included 12 laces, to develop fine motor skills and prewriting skills. They are also stackable and the variations in colour and shape makes them ideal for developing mathematical skills such as counting, sorting and stacking to create groups of numbers, while promoting shape and colour recognition. They are also great to use on a light panel. A convenient storage container is included.

  • 144 buttons + 12 laces
  • Buttons are translucent
  • Buttons have 1, 3 or 5 holes
  • 6 colours: red, orange, yellow, greeen, blue and clear
  • 4 shapes: star, circle, hexagon and square)
  • Perfect for developing prewriting skills by threading and lacing
  • Stackable and promotes fine motor skills
  • Promotes shape and colour recognition
  • Develops mathematical skills such as counting and sorting by colour and pattern
  • Storage container is included
  • Ideal for learning in the classroom or for home learning

Dimensions: Average size of button:  4.5 cm. Lace length: 6 cm.

Awards: 2017 PPS Silver Award Winner

Review:

“A good resource that can be used in a variety of ways by children, incorporating a number of areas of learning. our children enjoyed using these as a new lacing activity and stacked them together. They also used the light table to explore colour changes when colours are mixed. We liked the range of colours and shapes.” – PPS Awards Testers