Watch Abel & Nehemiah Explain And Demonstrate How To Use Reptangles
Turtles That Snap
Colorful Reptangles by Fat Brain Toys are ingeniously shaped turtles that snap and slide together in over 100 geometric ways! If you want your child's curriculum to be mathematically rich, with unique opportunities to learn important math concepts while broadening and deepening their spatial thinking skills, Reptangles can be a key addition to your resources.
Scores of Symmetrical Shapes
Each Reptangles set contains 24 turtles in green, yellow, orange, red, purple and blue that can be snapped together to create scores of symmetrical structures. This unique math learning tool has been specifically designed to meet criteria compiled by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics that states that children in grades three to five should be able to identify three-dimensional shapes, explore congruence and similarity, recognize line and rotational symmetry in two- and three-dimensional shapes and build geometric objects.
Full-color Activity Book
These sturdy plastic turtles come with a full-color activity book that features more than 80 puzzles to unlock the mysteries of rotational symmetries, truncated octahedrons, lesser rhombicuboctahedrons and much more. Has there ever been a more appealing way to explore the world of geometry, design and construction?
Broad Range of Ages
But do not let their childlike colors and shapes mislead you. Reptangles are a serious manipulative, and the more perplexing models located at the end of the booklet are not for the fainthearted. Still, these large Reptangles are not just for older children. Younger children can sort, sequence, stack and explore patterns with these cheerful turtles while older siblings delve into more complex structures.
Recommended Age 6+
Reptangles pose no choking hazard but they can be difficult for little hands to snap together, so the recommended age is six and up.