Your child will love moving the beads around on this abacus, which is made from high-quality wood with colorful rainbow beads. This abacus will help your child learn the basics of mathematics in a fun way. It's also great for teaching kids about patterns as well as helping them develop their fine motor skills. Plus, when they get tired of playing with it at home, you can take this abacus into school and let their teacher know how much fun your kid had learning math today.
And if you have more than one child at home then there's no need to worry - because the Tidlo Wooden Abacus is so durable it won't break easily if dropped by accident.
Chunky beads are easy for little hands to move around the frame
Durable wooden toy that won't break easily if dropped by accident.
Rainbow colours make this an attractive wooden toy for any playroom or classroom
Bright and engaging colourful movable beads
Counting frame or abacus has been used for performing calculations for thousands of years. This Tidlo version is perfect for little hands with chunky beads that they can move and spin even before they are ready to start counting. The Tidlo Wooden Abacus comes with a storage pouch included.
Tidlo is a company that sells wooden toys with an emphasis on quality and durability. Tidlo's philosophy is to create timeless toys that will be passed down for generations. The use of premium wood, as well as their commitment to quality, ensures that these toys will last until the next generation comes along.
Are there any pre-requisites for playing on this abacus?
No, the only requirement is that your child is at least three years old.
What is included in the storage pouch that comes with the Tidlo Wooden Abacus?
The storage pouch comes with the Tidlo Wooden Abacus. It includes a way to hold it while it's not being played with.
How old do I need to be before I can start using the abacus?
The age for using this abacus is 3 years old.
Can kids use the abacus even if they are not into math?
Yes, it can be great for teaching kids about patterns as well as helping them develop their fine motor skills.