Bestselling Toddler Counting & Math Toys in 2020
Montessori Toys For Toddlers, Preschool Teaching Tool Math Number Counting Sticks with Blackboard and Clock
- - EDUCATIONAL & CREATIVE - Preschool Educational Toys Learning Tool. A great creative toy improve kids cognitive ability. Fun sticks for counting. develop their motor skills through play! helps teach math skills and color recognition, time, addition and subtraction
- - ENDLESS FUN - Used to develop kid's intelligence and practical manual ability. This set of teaching tools can be played in various ways, such as drawing in the blackboard, learing about time and math operation. They foster children computing power, rods can help kids understand math and time better. All children aged 3 or up will enjoy the colorful world they can create with this set.
- - SAFE TO USE - Colorful and BPA FREE wood stacking toys - Free of all the yucky stuff and completely baby-safe. BPA-free, PVC-free, latex-free, and lead-free. No phthalates or heavy metals.
- - MAKES A GREAT GIFT - Funny to learn Math, Wonderful wooden toy gift for child kids, This toy will make a thoughtful gift for your little one. Save on time, money, and headache while doubling the fun for your kid.
- - Wooden mathematical game for kids to learn simple maths calculation PRODUCT DIMENSION - the stick measures about 3.15(Length) in inches, block about 0.98(L)*0.98(W) in inches, and the wood box about 11(L)*7(W)*1.38(H) in inches.
Montessori Toys For Toddlers, Preschool Teaching Tool Math Number Counting Sticks
WISHTIME Preschool Maths Cards Learning Toys Colourful Maths Games for Toddler Kids Educational Number Counting Cards for Girls Boys Age 2 (15 Maths Cards+72 Numbers )
- [CREATIVE SKILLS] 15 cards with counting and arithmetic exercises,72 number tiles included,make it easy for kids to learn to count to 25.
- [GOOD COLOR SENSE] Colorful plastic blocks of arithmetic numbers,catch kids' eyes and stimulate their learning enthusiasm.
- [GOOD TO LEARN MATH] The plastic clock box is the best gift for kids to learn about the basic arithmetic, such as addition & subtraction, multiplication & division.
- [Safety Material] Made of safety Plastic material and non-toxic plastic, and it is cut smoothly, without hurting children's health and safety.
- [SUITABLE AGES] Suitable for 3+ years kids.Note:It's best for kids to play under adults' supervision due to small parts included.
Melissa & Doug Abacus - Classic Wooden Educational Counting Toy With 100 Beads
- Traditional abacus wooden bead counting frame with brightly colored wooden beads
- Practice counting, math, and fine motor skills with one activity
- Comes with 8 great extension actvities to help kids develop early math skills
- 11.9"H x 12"L x 3"W
- 3 years and up years
Wooden Educational Counting Toys - Math Abacus Number Learning and Counting Stacker Stacking Game Toy for Kids 3 year old and up (with 55 Beads)
- Set up with 55 pcs stacking ring puzzles of ten columns and one double-sided wooden basic
- Made of high quality solid wood painted with eco-friendly water paint
- Makes it so much easier to teach the kids addition and subtraction
- 10 kinds of rainbow color beads, teach color recognition skills
- Size about 13.8 x 4.9 x 2 inches, 12 oz; Recommended age 3 up;
Skoolzy Rainbow Counting Bears with Matching Sorting Cups, Bear Counters and Dice Math Toddler Games 70pc Set - Bonus Scoop Tongs
Jumbo Counting Bears with Stacking Cups - Montessori Rainbow Matching Game, Educational Toys and Color Sorting Toys for Toddlers with 54 Math Manipulatives, Toy Storage and Learning Activities eBook
- BABY ACTIVITY CENTER | BABY STACKING TOYS: Sorting bears with cups offers guidance in the early stages of visual perception. These montessori toys for 1 year old allows children to focus their attention on the movement and placement of objects as they become aware of balance, coordination and gravity. These stackable toddler toys make the perfect gift.
- TODDLER LEARNING TOYS FOR 2 YEAR OLDS: These toddler manipulatives are early learning resources, toddler sorting toys and educational toys for toddlers which are designed to stimulate learning. These Montessori toys for 2 year old and stacking toys for 1 year old are perfect sorting bears for learning colors. The sorting toy is a memory game, bear color sorter and can be sensory toys for toddlers too.
- GAMES FOR PRESCHOOLERS | COUNTING, SORTING & KIDS MATCHING GAME ACTIVITIES: These color sorting toys help children notice how things are alike and different. The jumbo rainbow counting bears with matching sorting cups instruct and promote learning. Matching and sorting with the bear color sorter solidifies children's understanding of colors and they begin to master cognitive and motor skills with these color matching games for toddlers.
- KINDERGARTEN MATH MANIPULATIVES: The jumbo sorting and counting bears help promote the beginning stages of math development through hands-on experience also known as PLAY. Counting is a part of this process where kids use the bear manipulatives and count them in this cups game. Use these math counters for early math development for a successful future. From basic math such as addition and subtraction to advanced math skills such as ten frames, graphing, fractions and base ten.
- FINE MOTOR SKILLS are small movements such as picking up small objects and grasping it in their hand and then releasing it. These Jumbo rainbow toy math bears help children develop their cognitive muscles by building the relationship between the mind and the hands. Let your child explore the world around them with these Montessori materials and occupational therapy toys. The counting bears are also autism toys, preschool toys, Montessori toys for toddlers and toddler games kids toys.
Melissa & Doug Counting Caterpillar - Classic Wooden Toy With 10 Colorful Numbered Segments
- Caterpillar stacking toy with 10 numbered segments
- Each numbered segments is a different color
- Segments feature numerals as well as printed dots for easy counting
- Sturdy wooden construction for years of play
- Encourages number skills, color recognition, fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination, and imaginative play
72 Rainbow Colored Counting Bears with Cups for Children, Montessori Toddler Learning Toys, Colorful Educational Tool for Learning STEM Education, Mathematics, Counting and Sorting Toys for Autism
Learning Resources Dino-Sorters Counting Toy and Math Activity Set, 65 Pieces
- Use these interactive dino eggs to help kids as young as 3 learn counting, colors and more
- Play hide-and-seek by putting the little dinos into the eggs
- Build fine motor skills and encourage imaginative play
- Each egg measures 3"H
- For ages 3 and up
Montessori Toys For Toddlers, JIALEEY Preschool Teaching Tool Math Number Counting Sticks with Blackboard and Clock Wooden Mathematics Learning Educational Toys for Kid Children Baby
- Wooden box size: 11"x 7"x 1.4", stick length: 2.8", block size: 1"x 1".
- Made of smooth wood and painted by bright colors, high quality durable material, safe and 100% non-toxic.
- A great creative toy improve kids cognitive ability. Fun sticks for counting, develop their motor skills through play! helps teach math skills and color recognition, time, addition and subtraction.
- Used to develop kid's intelligence and practical manual ability. This set of teaching tools can be played in various ways, such as drawing in the blackboard, learing about time and math operation.
- Funny to learn Math, Wonderful wooden toy gift for child kids, This toy will make a thoughtful gift for your little one. Save on time, money, and headache while doubling the fun for your kid.
Robolife Number Cards Counting Rods ,Montessori Math Intelligence Stick Preschool Educational Toys Kids 3+
- 24 pieces of wooden number tiles,and 52 counting sticks,with each color 13 sticks
- Can be used as intelligence math manipulatives in montessori school,home schooling,or early childhood enlightenment
- Montessori wooden math game sticks toy,suitable for kids above 3 years old
- Aims at teaching the concepts of colours and numbers,eye and hand coordination,developing kid's intelligence and practical manual ability
- Funny to learn math,making the abstract arithmetic visualized and interesting
WINZIK Montessori Rainbow Wooden Math Toy Rings Dominos Preschool Teaching Aids Counting and Stacking Board for Kids Children
- EDUCATE & IMAGINATIVE PLAY: The toy is great for developing children's early sorting skills, encourages hand-eye coordination and imaginative play. The rings could be used to form various patterns, it can inspire children's imagination as well as promote their physical and intellectual development, the number blocks could help children to learn add, subtract, multiply and divide, excellent tool for recognition colors and numbers, learn basic computing method.
- CHILD SAFE MATERIAL: The toy is made of wood and plastic rings, wood with smooth edge and eco-friendly non-toxic child safe paint, safe to use. All the wood pieces are cut even and feel smooth to the touch so there are no worries of possible splinters.
- SIZE: The wooden board size measures about 44.5 x 14.5 x 1.5 cm / 17.5 x 5.7 x 0.6 inches, the wooden number pieces size approx 4 x 4 cm / 1.6 x 1.6 inches. The toy contains small parts, so it is not suitable for children under 3 years old. Use and play under the adult's supervision.
- EXCELLENT GIFT: Wooden Educational Game Recognition Toy is a great gift toys for children kids. It can be used as teaching tools for home schooling or early childhood development. Best gift choice for birthday, holiday, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year to your little boys girls toddlers kids children.
- PACKAGE CONTENT: 1 Set of Montessori Rainbow Colorful Wooden Math Toy, it contains 1pcs wooden board with 20pcs wooden number blocks and 10pcs wooden pillars for the children to stack the colorful 55pcs plastic rings on. Learning math will become more interesting, suitable for children early education.
All My Children: 40 Years and Counting
Daytime soap opera All My Children marks it's 40th anniversary with a special episode.
These words, penned by the legendary Agnes Nixon were written in reference to her creation, the daytime soap opera All My Children. The words, also featured in the book All My Children: The Complete Family Scrapbook, were written in the very beginning and set the stage for what would be a forty year journey that shows no signs of stopping or slowing down.
All My Children debuted on January 5, 1970. The show just celebrated it's 40th anniversary with a special episode that celebrated the historical, although fictional, town of Pine Valley. In the episode, fan favorite Hayley Vaughn, played by Kelly Ripa, returned to Pine Valley with her husband Mateo (played by Ripa's real-life husband Mark Consuelos). The couple has been living in California producing Hayley's television show The Wave. They return home to do a documentary on Pine Valley, which has been voted "The Best Town in America." For the special, Hayley attempts to capture the heart and soul of Pine Valley by interviewing the town's greatest asset-it's people.
As a long-time fan of the show, I was excited to see how the All My Children writers were going to celebrate this milestone. And I must say that I was pleasantly surprised. Past and present Pine Valley residents shared their memories of Pine Valley: the good, the bad, the ugly, but most of all the entertaining. Memorable characters such as Maria Santos Grey (played Eva La Rue of CSI: Miami), Brooke English (played by Julia Barr), Greg Nelson (played by Laurence Lau), Nina Warner (played by Taylor Miller), Lily Montgomery (played by Leven Rambin), Bianca Montgomery (played by Eden Riegel), and the iconic Palmer Cortlandt (played by the legend James Mitchell) recounted their memories of the time they spent in Pine Valley and why they will always regard it as home.
As a fan, I was filled with an overwhelming sense of nostalgia while watching the episode. All My Children has been a part of my life for over 25 years. One of my first television memories is the death of Pine Valley's beloved Jenny Gardner Nelson, played by Kim Delaney. Over the years, as the show has changed and grown, I have too. I grew up with Bianca Montgomery and applauded as she became one of the first lead lesbian characters in daytime television history.
In my opinion, no show has created such memorable pairings as All My Children. I have fond memories of Jesse and Angie, the first black daytime super couple. I was glued to screen during Noah and Julia's Cinderella-themed wedding. And the legendary catfights between Susan Lucci's Erica Kane and Brooke English and later Erica and Maria set the stage and the bar for true "daytime divaness."
And I remember all the trailblazing and sometimes controversial plots that were played out on All My Children: Cindy's AIDS battle, Erica's drug addiction and recovery at The Betty Ford Center, Bianca and Reese's same-sex wedding, and currently Brot and Taylor dealing with the aftermath of serving in the war in Iraq. I can mark the iconic moments of my life by who Erica was married to at the time. And when Susan Lucci won the Daytime Emmy in 1999 after 18 previous loses, I cried just as much as she did. In a sense, Pine Valley has been my home too.
In late 2020, the ABC network announced that All My children would be moving the show from New York to California after nearly 40 years. On December 11, 2020, the final New York show was taped and on January 4, 2020, taping resumed in their new studio in California.
The shocking move to will hopefully provide an opportunity for growth and rejuvenation for All My Children. In recent years, daytime television and soap operas in particular have taken a hit in the ratings. Just this year, CBS cancelled The Guiding Light and recently announced that As The World Turns will end in 2020. It is my hope, that the move to California will provide All My Children with an opportunity expand. I see it as a vote of confidence on the part of ABC and a sign of their dedication to the future of the show. It is my desire to continue watching All My Children well into this new decade and the next.