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Learning 1-10

This is one of the toys or I will called it learning tool of my boy when he was 3/4/5.

He managed to learn 1-10 fast via this kind of toys. Not only numbers, but colours and shapes too.

In fact, he learned  adding up 1+2+3+4+5+6+7+8+9+10=?with all the rings with the tool when he was 4.

This a good Montessori learning too especially for those slower learners.


  • 1+2+3+4+5+6+7+8+9+10 =? (Write your answer in the comment column)

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Written by tiada


  1. This looks fun, as kids can learn and play at the same time. Well, they might think they are playing, not actually learning. I think it’s helpful for kids to use some tools to learn Math, especially at the beginning stage, it makes them easy to grasp the abstract concept of Math.

    I learned about this arithmetic question a few years back, by adding up the front and the back. It’s smart that your boy already got it when he was 4. 🙂

      • Yes, I agree with you. I didn’t teach my kids when they were young. I do have a 10 x 10 abacus at home. My eldest didn’t really like using tool, but I am now teaching my girl to use that. I tried to use Math gnomes and manipulatives when teaching my eldest Math, he seemed to think it’s redundant. 😀