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A pretty colorful peacock to learn numbers! The base rotates to stop randomly on a number. The child will then try to find the feather corresponding to this figure on the peacock and remove it. The feathers are double-sided to play with 3 levels of difficulty: find the colors, the numbers and count the dots.
Patience and concentration will be necessary to make all the figures of this balance game. With its 16 blocks of different sizes and colors, this magnetic scale will allow the child to compare the weight of the elements in a fun way. He can also reproduce the drawings from the 8 model sheets to balance the scale and develop his dexterity. This wooden awakening toy will help develop a sense of balance and concentration. The pieces are water-painted.
This awakening toy is ideal for familiarizing your child with a simple mathematical concept while having fun: fractions. 1, 2, 3 or 4 pieces are placed on the corresponding colored rod and voila. The tray is equipped with non-slip silicone feet for more stability. This toy will also accompany your child in the discovery of shapes and colors. Water-based paints.
This wooden awakening toy is ideal for discovering the letters of the alphabet (in upper, lowercase and script) while having fun! Each card corresponds to a letter with, on the front: the letter in relief with arrows to indicate the direction of writing and stimulate the sense of touch. And on the back: an erasable side to practice writing the letter following the model. The cards are stored in the drawer of the pretty wooden box, with the brush and the pen. Water-based paints.
This beautiful wooden construction game is made of 10 blocks to be replaced in ascending order on their base to form a slope. Each block is numbered from 1 to 10 to learn the order of magnitude. Once the slope is finished, the little car can roll it down to check that there is no error, and then park in the garage under the last blocks! This construction game will help your child learn numbers and sizes.
40 solid wood cubes painted with water-based paint for learning the alphabet and numbers 0 to 10. Children can play on a 2-in-1 alphabet play mat (60 x 60 cm) that can also be used for storage and transport (the play mat can be folded thanks to velcro and become a bag to transport). Blocks : 3,5 x 3,5 x 3,5 cm. Sold in a folded play mat (20 x 20 x 20 cm), easy to transport, that comes with a hangtag.
Construction game with 14 pieces to stack to learn how to count from 1 to 10. This early childhood development game will help your child develop hand-eye coordination. A toy that is bursting with colour, with well-matched colours. Wooden sticks mounted on elastics (special infants). Water Painting.
These 16 solid wood cubes, suitable from the age of 2, are ideal for developing your child’s co-ordination skills and powers of observation. Older children will have fun using the cubes to learn the alphabet (upper and lower case) and the numbers 1 to 10. With raised engraved letters to stimulate your child’s sense of touch. Size of the blocks : 4,5 x 4,5 x 4,5 cm.
A magnificent alphabet French abacus to help with teaching letters and numbers to small children. Older children will learn to read, write and count! Behind each letter, there is a picture starting with the letter (e.g. A for ‘’Ananas’’, B for Ball, etc in French.). The letters are in upper and lower case, making learning the alphabet real child’s play! Its highly ergonomic design is ideal to develop coordination for little hands.Alphabet abacus with educational value, which, with your help, will lead your child to imagine, invent and create words every day.
This wooden awakening toy is ideal for learning the time while having fun! A real complete clock to reproduce the hours with: 13 model cards with digital format on one side and analog format on the other to familiarize yourself with the 2 reading systems, 1 blank erasable model card for writing others combinations using the 2 markers provided (red for the hours and blue for the minutes), 6 cards to slide into the clock slot: day / night and 4 cards to better visualize the notions of 15, 30, 45 and 60 minutes. The carrying handle swings back for more stability. Water-based paints.
Giant puzzle of 28 pieces in cardboard and 26 numbers in wood. Each puzzle piece is made up of a letter and a picture, and you need to find the right letter to complete your puzzle. This puzzle is perfect for teaching children the alphabet, and for developing their fine motor skills. Includes a cotton bag for keeping wooden pieces. Poster included. Dims : 62,4 x 36,3 cm Thickness of the puzzle : 3 mm Thickness of the letters : 10 mm.
Hedgehog with 10 interlocking pieces to learn numbers and colours, and to help Baby to develop hand-eye coordination. This hedgehog will help Baby learn to count to 10 while having fun. Water-based paints.
Giant puzzle of 10 pieces in cardboard and 10 numbers in wood. Each puzzle piece has a number, and you have to count the number of animals to find the next piece you need (ex : an elephant, 2 lions, 3 donkeys etc.). This puzzle is perfect for teaching children how to count to 10, and for developing their fine motor skills. Includes a cotton bag for keeping wooden pieces. Poster included.
This wooden awakening toy will allow your child to learn the alphabet with several levels of play. He will be able to place the letters on the corresponding colors, recognize the letters then write them thanks to the slate on the back and the chalk provided. This wooden toy is part of the Sweet Cocoon collection, a delicate colors range, inspired by current trends to gently accompany your child's first learnings!
Janod creates toys by taking into account both playability and the benefits for children. Learning letters and numbers is essential to children's cognitive development. Through play, they become familiar very early with letters and numbers, thus making it easier to incorporate them. From the age of 12 months and up, Janod toys can be used to represent them through play to enable children to recognise them.