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Geoboard 23cm

Geoboard 23cm

Regular price R 85.00 ZAR
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Geoboards can be a lot of fun in the hands-on learning of a wide range of early childhood concepts such as • visual perception • hand-eye coordination • crossing the midline • fine motor development • learning about shape, colour and design.

Older learners can get hands-on experience with geometric concepts • 2D shapes • 3D objects • symmetry • area & perimeter • angles • fractions.

Our large 23cm double-sided Geoboard features a square 11 x 11 pin grid on one side and an 11 pin isometric grid on the reverse. The umbrella pinheads to hold elastic bands securely in place. Elastic bands are supplied in assorted colours and sizes.

Great for visual learners.

Age 4+.

In the pack
• 1 Double-sided geoboard – square 11 x 11 pin grid + 11 pin isometric grid
• Umbrella pinheads to hold elastic bands securely in place
• Elastic bands – assorted colours and sizes
• Activity guide in Afrikaans and English


Simple Shapes
Using the elastic bands, pin shapes on you Geoboard.
Ask: Can you make a bigger shape?
Can you make a smaller shape?
How many corners does a square have?
Which shape has 3 corners?
Which shape has no corners?
How many small squares/triangles can you fit on your Geoboard?

Learners work on symmetry skills by reflecting the pattern across the line of symmetry. Encourage learners to think of this as a mirror image.
Use the 11×11 grid side of the Geoboard and elastic bands.
Create a vertical line with an elastic band along pin six – this is your line of symmetry (mirror)
Create an image to the left of the line of symmetry.
Now flip this image to the other side of the line.

Perimeter & Area
Perimeter is the distance around the edge/outside of a flat shape. You can think of it as the outline of a shape.
The perimeter of a circle or ellipse is called its circumference.
Area is the amount of space occupied / inside a flat shape. The area of a shape is the number of unit squares that cover the surface of a closed figure.

See instructions for more activities.

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