10 wooden cubes painted pink and width graduated in increments from 1 cm to 10 cm. (Stand sold separately)
The Directress first shows the child how to carry the cubes to the floor mat:
For the first four cubes starting from the smallest, we use the first three fingers to grasp each cube over the top and place it randomly on the floor mat. From the 4th cube to the 7th cube, we may use one whole hand to bring each cube to the mat. As for the last three cubes, if its too big for the child to hold with one whole hand, then they may use both hands to carry it to the mat, by balancing the bottom of the cube with the palm of the other hand.
All the cubes are placed at random on the floor mat.
Directress then shows how to build a tower: Starts with the largest cube and place the next largest cube centrally on the previous one. Directress may show how to build the first three cubes and then, select the next largest cube and invites the child to place the cube on the previous one. Allow the child to do the last piece of cube by himself.
3 When the tower is completed, invite the child to view it from the top.
When the presentation is completed, Directress then shows how to remove the cubes, starting from the cube at the top and placing it on the mat. Directress shows for the first two cubes and then invites the child to remove the rest.
4 To place the cubes back to its shelves, we begin by taking the largest cube.