Constructive Small Hexagon Box

This Sensorial lesson is designed for 3 to 6-year-old children. It introduces the child to a small hexagon box of constructive triangles.

The small hexagonal box contains different constructive triangles like equilateral, obtuse and isosceles, of different sizes. These shapes, when combined, form different geometric shapes like a parallelogram, rhombus, hexagon, etc.

This video lesson allows the child to understand the form and shape of different geometric objects. It helps in developing a child’s muscle memory, order, and concentration. Such activities enable the child to practice fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination.

Invite the child to learn how to make different shapes with triangles as shown in the video. This practical method is a fun and innovative way to help them get a better understanding of geometry concepts.

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Video Created by: Joanne Shango