The maths sea animals Bag is a fun and entertaining way for children to learn basic maths skills. In a hand embroidered drawstring bag are twelve embroidered squares.
The yellow mats represent odd numbers and the green coloured mats represent even numbers. Every mat has been hand embroidered with different underwater animals. On one side of the mat is the underwater creature(s) and the opposite side shows the written number and numerical number relevant to the creature (s) There are also two mats with the embroidered plus and minus symbols.
Ideas For Fun Learning
Identifying with the different underwater creatures.
Understanding odd and even numbers
Simple addition and subtraction (lamintated numbers for totals over 10)
Missing number recognition (leave one mat out and choose the appropriate number)
The mats have been hand embroidered by ladies working in a Fair Trade Organization, Shohojogita in Bangladesh. The hand embroidered drawstring bag keeps all the mats safe and easy to store. Gentle cold wash.
Purchased from the fair trade organization SHOHOJOGITA , a Bangladesh word which means “helping each other”. The principal vision is to help the rural poor, widowed, divorced and helpless women by creating employment for them.
SHOHOJOGITA is a non-profitable and non-government social development organization .
SHOHOJOGITA dreams to establish a free society from exploitation, oppression and injustice as well as a society, where each individual will be able to live in peace and harmony.