This exciting tactile collection of unusual resources makes learning about maths accessible, interesting and fun for children and adults alike. From purses to boxes, tins to treasures, each item has been carefully picked for its range of sizes, shapes and properties. Children are encouraged to explore one-to-one correspondence, make connections and problem solve, using the tactile collection of treasures and containers, as well as counting, estimating, exploring patterns and colours, sequencing, properties and units of measurement. As children get hands-on with maths they will also be manipulating the treasures, developing fine and gross motor skills and receiving vital sensory stimulation. The collection naturally introduces the language of maths and positioning as children can estimate, talk about the number of treasures that fit in each container, apply mathematical language of measures, shape and pattern, and inspire problem solving to see which containers can fit which or the most treasures. This unusual set is also perfect for encouraging maths role-play, as the purses, containers, treasures and play money lend themselves to a wealth of make-believe opportunities. A fantastic set which will ignite children’s curiosity to learn in a whole-bodied way and develop their interests and schemas alongside a love of maths.