Parents often find it challenging to teach their children. Reach & Match Learning Kit can be used in your own home as an innovative way to learn, interact and share the joy with your little one at a critical stage in their life. It is a fun, simple and flexible tool for your children to develop literacy and acquire early concepts of spatial & positional awareness, emotional development, motor, communication and social skills.
Reach & Match can be used as an informal way of learning at an early age whilst still providing guidance to parents through the activity manual. The easy-to-read manual teaches parents how to play with their kids through a variety of expert-developed activities that address 7 learning outcomes that are in line with the Early Years Learning Framework so that your child can meet milestones in their school readiness. The 7 learning outcomes include: Literacy, Cognitive skills, Sensory integration, Sense of satisfaction, Language Enrichment, Body Movement and Social Interaction.
The portable bag included with the kit also allows the program to be easily set up and packed away in only a min for storage.
“My 3 years old daughter who is visually impaired has autism. She loves to smell, touch and feel the Reach and Match mats and blocks, and she is very curious about the ‘voices’ made by the blocks. I was planning to use it to introduce braille with her, and surprisingly she asked me what are the dots mean when we play it for the first time! Also, I find the activity book is very helpful and easy for parents to use, I like it provides many simple activities that we can play with Amelia and her brother at home.”
Katie Davis, Parent
“I have a pair of 5 years old twin boys, and the older brother Andrew has ADHD and learning difficulties. We have tried many ways to teach him the alphabet but didn’t work. However, when we played Reach & Match with him, it seems that moving and putting shapes on the mats helps him to learn the alphabetic order much quicker! Reach & Match is an effective tool for Andrew, compared to him sitting still and practicing the alphabet flashcards.”
Amy Kong, Parent
“There are not many thoughtful and well-designed equipment to support young children with special needs in the market. Therefore, I appreciate that Reach & Match is a very inclusive and “All in One” learning kit that supports children with different needs with a lot of activities and games!”
Monica Nelson, Parent