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Ring Sorters are great for development in all areas!
Articulation/Speech: The ring sorters are great tokens to give a child as reinforcement within articulation activities. Have the child imitate various words and sounds and earn rings.
Language: Your child can learn colors and counting with these manipulatives. Have your child request desired rings using 2-3 word sentences, as well as follow directions for positional concepts (put it on top, under, beside). Play a fun game and have the child follow multiple-step direction (put the red one by the door and the blue one in the chair).
Pragmatics: Turn-taking skills and joint attention.
Fine Motor/Visual Motor: Children develop grasp/release skills with this toy as well as bilateral coordination when grasping the larger rings with two hands. When arranging the rings by size, children are enhancing their visual motor and visual perceptual skills.
Sensory: Use the rings in water or sand to increase sensory awareness.
Gross Motor: The rings are great for infants and toddlers to work on hands to midline and hands to mouth. They are also great motivators for creeping and crossing midline to stack on the stand.