These wooden sensory blocks by TickIt are perfect for sensory play, exploration and development.
Your child will love to stack each shape whilst exploring the colours and various sensory elements inside each one.
The TickIt Wooden Sensory Blocks contains 16 large rubberwood blocks containing beads, transparent acrylic, coloured sand and water/glitter filled pockets in 4 different shapes (square, rectangle, triangle and semicircle). The Sensory Blocks will promote observation in the wider sense, as all the shapes follow the same convention of colour and shape. So for example, regardless of the contents of the block the triangles are always green. The combination of smooth wood exterior and the brightly coloured sensory centre makes a fascinating component with a multitude of educational possibilities for use with children of all ages.
Great for sensory play activities, stacking, building, colour and shape sorting.
Supports the following areas of learning:
• Personal Development - sensory
• Physical Development - construction
• Understanding the World - observation
• Understanding the World - colour & sound
• Maths - shape & space
• Communication & Language - descriptive language
Size of rectangle: 140 x 70 x 30mm.
Age: Suitable from 12 months.
We absolutely love our sensory blocks! They have so many learning opportunities for babies and children from sensory, construction, language and early maths skills. They are also great quality and very durable.
Fantastic sturdy blocks that are really durable, which is great if you have a little one who likes to bang and clatter and shake everything. They have a multitude of uses, from construction to providing sensory play opportunities and can be used as little one grows to create images using the different shapes. Our little lad loves them!
Just bought these for my son’s first birthday. They are fantastic for sensory play and look very strong. I know he will love them!
We have these and they're very well used and loved. Very durable, great for sensory learning and also colours you can even use the plain ones to mix primary colours. Great learning resource!