Teak Slices for Creative Play - Kodo Kids

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Teak Slices

$48.00

Set of 30 Tree Slices are made of Teak. Use for loose parts play, tabletop construction experiences, temporary composition, counting, stacking and more.

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Beautifully crafted by hand, add to your manipulatives, loose parts, or natural materials collection. While ordinary tree cookies are rough, these are polished to a smooth finish. For use in all classroom interest areas, use these in your Math and Manipulatives or Toys and Games learning area or along with your existing wooden parts for counting, patterning, and small construction experiences. Move them to the Art Studio for creating temporary compositions with other natural materials. Use them in your Science or Discovery center along with magnifiers, tongs, and other natural tree parts for an investigation of Trees. Offer along with Kodo’s collection of Wooden Stacking Trunks, Stacking Cones, Stacking Discs, and Pebble Animals. Teak is exceptionally strong and will stand up to the rigors of classroom play. Made from sustainably harvested sources.

Includes:

  • 30 – Handcrafted Teak Discs, each approximately 1 3/8″ D x 5/8″ H. No two products are alike and product size will vary.

Appropriate for ages 3+

Papoose

To clean wooden parts use a damp cloth and green cleaner. Wipe dry. Use standard bleach solution sparingly. To restore original wood luster, rub with natural beeswax or tung oil. Use and store indoors.

  • Introduce the Teak Slices in your Math & Manipulatives or Toys & Games area by placing them in a bowl, basket, or bin near other natural wood parts.
  • Offer them with other loose parts as arranging pieces for making temporary compositions.
  • Use them with Kinetic Sand, Mad Mattr, beach sand, or on a tray filled with other fine sand for making imprints.
  • Offer them freely for children to use as elements in the Block Play, Dramatic Play or Story Making centers of your classroom.
  • Use them as examples of materials that are made from one of our most precious resources – Trees!
  • Launch a mini investigation about how raw wood is handcrafted, milled, or tooled to become objects in the classroom.
  • Compare these small slices with other types of tree cookies you may already have. Offer magnifying glasses, rulers or Kodo’s Balance to support logic and reasoning skill development.

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