This game allows boys and girls who do not know how to count to play dominoes as all they have to do is match the drawings.
They can also form a landscape with the characters on the back of the piece and invent stories about these “fiercest” of pirates and their discoveries.
This is a 2 in 1 game. The youngest members of the household may begin playing dominoes with these cool pirate drawings, but can also play the puzzle on the other side. They have to join all the chips together until they end up with a super pirate illustration. And after they are finished playing, they can save it all in its lined cardboard box until the next game. We have based this proposed classification of toys on recent studies and investigations, as well as recent domestic and international classification systems.
Our proposal aims to be coherent, unified and practical at all times. Made with high-quality materials
Manufacturers Recommended Age: 3+ years
Recommended number of Players: 2 players
Measurement: 8.3 x 1.7 x 5.9 in
- Visual perception – Perceptual ability to visually differentiate the objects multiple characteristics.
- Motor skills – Ability to perform different movements with adequate precision.
- Hand-eye coordination – The ability to synchronize visual perception with precise manual movement.
- Concentration – Ability to detach oneself and keep the focus on certain elements.
- Concrete – Ability to select forms, categories and objects, and then link them together.
- Abstract – The ability of thought to systematically analyze the possible combinations of elements or ideas to discover specific relationships.