1. Build with them.
This may be the obvious use for them, but because they do connect to one another so easily, our tiles have proved to be a wonderful building toy for our child. While we certainly love blocks, Legos, etc., our little one can become easily frustrated when things topple and/or he cannot get the pieces together the way he had hoped. These tiles have virtually eliminated that frustration component for him in building towers, etc. as the pieces snap into place so effortlessly.
2. Sort by Color
3. Sort by Shape
4. Introduce Science Concepts.
5. Test them out in new places.
While our tiles work great on our living room rug, they can be used in a multitude of spaces to create new learning opportunities. Bring them in the kitchen for your little one to use on the fridge as you make dinner. Create a sensory experience with them by placing them in a bin of sand or water. It’ll be like they’ve got a whole new toy!
6. Engage in Imaginative Play.
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