newméro Small Pack

Item number: 104005

EAN: 5714449000020

27 high quality plastic bricks (in two different colours for nummbers 1-9 and 10-90

Category: NEWMÉRO


39.90 Fr.

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Recommended retail price: 39.90 Fr.
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Suitable for children aged +3-7 years


The small pack is ideal for young children to start learning numbers and gradually do more complicated exercises that are fun. It is easy to bring along when travelling and keep children occupied at restaurants etc.content


Content:

  • 27 high quality plastic bricks (in two different colours)
  • - 2 sets of yellow bricks (numbers 1-9)
  • - 1 set of green bricks (numbers 10-90)
  • One booklet with inspirational examples of exercises/games in different languages
  • Booklet 1: German, English, French and Danish
  • One handy cotton bag for storing/transporting


The newmero bricks develop children's number skills and help them understand maths. The bricks are great for both children that are curious and children that are not so interested in numbers or have problems with math.

The concept of the newmero bricks is to turn the abstract decimal number system into a physical playing and learning experience.

It can be difficult for children to understand numbers when they are simply written on a piece of paper. Children need to feel and experience numbers by themselves to learn numbers and basic math.

Understanding numbers by touching, building, decomposing them.
These bricks help them understand numbers and how the number system works. For example Who are friends of ten or that 11 is bigger than 7 and that 84 is just 80 + 4. It makes learning simple, fast and fun.


Lehrplan21: Preschool
Age from:: 3 Jahren
Product weight: 0,350 Kg
Dimensions ( length × width × height ): 15,00 × 16,00 × 5,00 cm

The design briefly - German

Die Nummersteine wurden speziell für das Lösen von ersten Rechenaufgaben entwickelt. Dank der Nummernsteine lernen Kinder das Dezimalsystem schnell und verständlich kennen. Zahlen identifizeiren und bauen, Zählen und Sortieren, Zahlenraum bis 10 etndecken

The design briefly - German

The design briefly - French

The design briefly explained - English

Example exercise "Who is taller?" German

Das Mathespiel "Wer ist grösser?" bringt den Kindern auf spielerische Art und Weise das Grössenverhältnis von Zahlen bei. Dazu alle gelben Zahlensteine in den Beutel füllen. Der Spieler mit der grösseren Zahl gewinnt und darf beide Steine an sich nehmen.

Example exercise "Who is taller?" German

Example exercise "Who is taller?" French

Example exercise "Who is taller?" English

The math game "who is larger" is fun to learn which number is bigger. You can also put all the yellow bricks into the bag and everybody draws one brick to see who has the largest. The one who has the largest brick can keep both bricks. All children love to win and collect the bricks.

Example exercise "Who is taller?" English

Example exercise "Friends of Ten" German

Die Zahlensteine von newmero helfen den Kindern dabei den guten Freund einer Zahl zu entdecken. Die Steine müssen einfach am Zackenmuster aneinandergelegt werden und sofrt kann man sehen, ob es sich um den guten Freund der Zahl handelt oder nicht. Das geht nicht nur mit Zehner, sondern auch mit Hundterter- und Tausenderzahlen.

Example exercise "Friends of Ten" German

Example exercise "Friends of Ten" in English

It is easier to learn the bonds to 10 with the help of the newmero bricks. The newmero bricks tell the children if the number is too high or too low. If the bricks are Friends of 10, then they fit perfectly together like a puzzle.

Example exercise "Friends of Ten" in English

Example exercise "Friends of Ten" French