Made from Pine wood and acrylic.
- Use them as open-ended play provocations. Allow the children to make discoveries and experiment and explore. You may wish to place them in a basket or on an interesting surface which adds to the appeal.
- The rollers can be stacked and used as a mini construction resource. You may wish to add other elements as well. The children may enjoy making towers.
- Can you find a matching roller? Are they all the same? Can you find different contents and if so describe them?
- They roll very well and can be rolled back and forth to the younger children, each taking their turn. For some children they may find that things that roll, turn, etc. are part of their schematic behaviour interest and this could be incorporated into their play.
- Use as a shaker. Young children may enjoy experiencing this. Use them as you sing songs and rhymes together or to accompany a piece of music.
- Place them on a shatterproof lightbox so that the contents are illuminated.
- Use them as part of a treasure basket, with things you can shake, roll or stack.
Recommended from birth +