Fix the Mix Sonix Learning Game At a Glance...
Twist, roll, push, squeeze and spin the 5 Fix-it to place sections of the alphabet, numbers, days of the week, daily routines, and early science in the right order. Game includes 3 levels of play so children learn at their own pace and allows for up to 2 children to play at the same time.
While many children can sing the alphabet song, the ability to sequence letters in order signals the understanding of letters as individual units of language.
Reasoning and problem solving
Toddlers use their curiosity and logical reasoning skills to solve everyday problems. By investigating all sorts of possibilities, they develop unexpected solutions and creative problem-solving strategies.
With all your child is learning, it’s important to cultivate the memory skills he’ll need to retain it. Memory games and strategies can help your child flex his memory muscle.
Infants and young children have an innate ability to learn oral language through exposure. Early and continued exposure to language sounds may enhance children's ability to speak both their native language and foreign languages.
As toddlers and preschoolers increasingly interact with one another during group play and in the classroom, they must learn to take turns with toys and classroom materials. Sharing is an opportunity to teach empathy and compassion.
To begin their study of math, children must distinguish numerals from letters and shapes and to understand that numbers are symbols for amounts.
Infants understand sequence in terms of time. By 18 months, some toddlers can recite number names in order, and some develop the ability to count things by applying number names to items in order.
Appropriate for Ages 3 to 6 Years