Children will explore with the different sized GeoStix. Ideal STEAM product, linking engineering, art and mathematics. It will stimulate children’s imagination and creative thinking skills. Hands on learning, improve fine motor skills and develop creative thinking skills while playing with this letter construction set. Have fun developing early childhood skills in creative thinking, problem solving skills. Unique and versatile educational tool, the straight and curved flexible sticks snap together very easily, and in doing so, endless creations (including creations with moving parts) are created by students of all ages. Teach children letters and their attributes with this construction set! Use these connecting sticks to build uppercase and lowercase letters A-Z, spell basic words and practice sentence building. These hands-on, visual manipulatives foster creativity and demonstrate a variety of fundamental literacy concepts. The activities inspire play-based learning to make teaching fun! Designed for endless creativity, learning through play.
“This is such a great idea for a toy!
The toy is packed in a sturdy, clear case with a bunch of cards showing you show to construct letters as well as fun pictures like astronauts and construction trucks. The pieces are very colorful, which my daughter was instantly drawn to.”
“We’ve been having so much fun with this toy.”
“ The set is made up of a bunch of sticks and curved lines at various sizes. Each have their own color. They have little holes and notches that snap together. My child is improving her fine motor skills by attempting to snap the pieces. We’ve also been able to do a lot of educational activities together. She’ll pick a picture for me to make, and I’ll ask her to hand me specific pieces without pointing at them. She’s getting very good at identifying different color shades and sizes. She loves playing with and moving around the pieces that are snapped together, and creating her own designs. I’ll also put together uppercase and lowercase letters and ask her to match the correct ones.”
“There are so many options for play at different stages of development!”