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RAINBOW SORTING CRAYONS

SKU: LER3070
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A rainbow of play possibilities comes packed inside these giant crayons. Crayons invite children to peek inside each crayon and discover different color-coded figurines for matching, sorting and imaginative play. Includes: 8 cardboard crayons with plastic lids — brown, red, yellow, green, purple, pink, blue, orange. 48 manipulatives total. Storage box. Each crayon measures 9.5"L x 2.5"D. Grades: PreK+. Common Core State Standards Alignment: Counting & Cardinality, Measurement & Data, Operations & Algebraic Thinking. Learning Style: Visual, Tactile. Skill Development: Basic Concepts — Help students to identify the names of colors and objects, learning about quantities, creating sequences, and understanding spatial relationships such as next to, behind, and in front of. Math - An ideal way to introduce sorting and grouping. Add more fun by counting as each piece is dropped into a crayon tube or create patterns with the objects to introduce AB patterning. Organization — Forty-eight objects separated into 8 colored crayon tubes introduce early organizational skills. Clean up becomes part of the activity by putting all of the objects into their respective crayons.

RAINBOW SORTING CRAYONS

SKU: LER3070
Regular price $59.99
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A rainbow of play possibilities comes packed inside these giant crayons. Crayons invite children to peek inside each crayon and discover different color-coded figurines for matching, sorting and imaginative play. Includes: 8 cardboard crayons with plastic lids — brown, red, yellow, green, purple, pink, blue, orange. 48 manipulatives total. Storage box. Each crayon measures 9.5"L x 2.5"D. Grades: PreK+. Common Core State Standards Alignment: Counting & Cardinality, Measurement & Data, Operations & Algebraic Thinking. Learning Style: Visual, Tactile. Skill Development: Basic Concepts — Help students to identify the names of colors and objects, learning about quantities, creating sequences, and understanding spatial relationships such as next to, behind, and in front of. Math - An ideal way to introduce sorting and grouping. Add more fun by counting as each piece is dropped into a crayon tube or create patterns with the objects to introduce AB patterning. Organization — Forty-eight objects separated into 8 colored crayon tubes introduce early organizational skills. Clean up becomes part of the activity by putting all of the objects into their respective crayons.