The word heuristic derives from the Greek word “eurisko” meaning “I discover” and describes an intuitive way of meeting challenges and solving problems. Our range of wooden heuristic play resources provides an opportunity to capitalise on toddlers’ curiosity about the objects that make up the world around them and provides valuable opportunities for extending children’s learning. The open-ended nature of heuristic play encourages children to explore and investigate in their own way, applying their own creative ideas and building on their own experiences.
This 20-piece beechwood set includes one of each of the following resources and a large drawstring bag to hold the components when not in use.
Ball 50mm, ball 60mm, hemisphere 40mm, disc 60mm, wheel 50mm, wheel 40mm, conical figure 103mm, cube 40mm, cube 50mm, egg cup 63mm, egg cup 70mm, napkin ring 47mm, bowl 70mm, bowl 92mm, ring 48mm, ring 56mm, ring 70mm, barrel 55mm, spool 35mm, onion top 50mm, a cotton bag and activity guide in 8 languages.
Supports the following areas of learning:
• Personal Development - sensory
• Physical Development - construction
• Physical Development - motor skills
• Understanding the World - observation