It’s so much easier to learn how to break down numbers when it’s fun! Our 2 mischievous caterpillars are on hand to help toddlers learn to count and compare! This pretty wooden educational game - suitable for children aged 3 years and up - will make this concept easier to grasp by physically displaying the numbers and manipulating them in terms of volume. Children will have to use the coloured beads, forming the body of the caterpillars, to reproduce the numbers indicated on the 33 game cards. The numbers may be shown as digits, fingers on the hand or dice throws. By stacking the beads onto the wooden stand, your child will understand how many beads to add or remove from the caterpillar’s body to obtain a given quantity. Once this first step has been mastered, it will be time to touch upon the notion of comparison, e.g. “greater than” and “smaller than”, with the help of the special cards. The instruction leaflet will help you make the most of this game intended for little ones. This game is part of an educational range developed in collaboration with a school teacher, in order to best replicate the learning process and progress made at each level. Made from FSC® wood and cardboard.