Classic Collection of Wooden, Magnetic Numbers & Math Symbols - 75 Numbers & 25 Math Symbols - Great for Preschool Reading and Writing Numbers - Learn to Solve Simple Math Problems with This Durable,
These wonderful, classic magnetic wooden numbers and math facts are a timeless way of creating great fun and a learning experience for children.
Crafted from fine hardwood, this early educational learning set includes 75 numbers and 25 math facts. There are enough multiple numbers to count to 30 or create a calender month.
There are also five of each of the following symbols - plus, minus, divide, multiply and equals. See images above.
The full back magnets are strong enough to attach firmly to any suitable metallic surface, yet gentle enough for children to easily play with. Numbers are 2 inches in height, symbols are 1 1/3 inch.
The bright, warm colored, wooden numbers and symbols are silk screened unlike others which are merely glued on paper stickers that tend to fall off when they become wet.
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