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Assistive Product Nikitin-Material: N5 Geowürfel

Product Type:

Nikitin Material - N5 Geo Cubes

Areas of Application:

- Brain Performance Training
- Perception Training

Description:

The Geo Cubes are ideal concentration material - a patience game in which the spatial imagination of children and adults is challenged and encouraged. 27 wooden cubes are assembled into 7 spectrally colored, differently shaped building elements. Many beautiful figures can be created from these wooden elements. The patterns in the 70-page game pattern booklet lead from the easy to the difficult, from two-piece figures to varied structures. Finally, the complete cube is a challenge.

The building games, which can be used regardless of age, originated in Russia. There, the Nikitin couple developed a special strategy for educating their children. The principle is to encourage creativity and logical thinking at an early age. The material is aimed at spatial imaginative power, matching, accurate perception and combination and enables a training build-up from the simple to the difficult. A book is available that describes the method in its application.

Price (without guarantee):

39,80 EUR
(retail price incl. VAT)
Price date: 21.02.2022

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Manufacturer:

Westermann GmbH & Co. KG
Georg-Westermann-Allee 66
38104 Braunschweig
Germany Telephone: 0531 708-0 Email: service@westermanngruppe.de Homepage: https://www.westermann.de

Distributor:

Westermann GmbH & Co. KG
Georg-Westermann-Allee 66
38104 Braunschweig
Germany Telephone: 0531 708-0 Email: service@westermanngruppe.de Homepage: https://www.westermann.de

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Reference Number:

Hil134544


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Last Update: 21 Feb 2022