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Create N Play Wooden disks


These versatile wooden discs are limited by your imagination! With a blackboard surface ready to become whatever you want it to be, the possibilities from creating matching games to anything you imagine it to be. This wooden disc set is a brilliant open-ended toy great for any learning environment.
A must-have early literacy and mathematics resource, check out The Paige Diaries blog post on all the ways to play with our Create N Play Wooden Discs here.

  • 20 pieces in each set.
  • Each disc measures 5cm in diameter.
  • Made with FSC certified beechwood.
  • Suitable for children 2 years and over.


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educational wooden toysImage by @the_paige_dairies on Instagram

“So when I came across these gorgeous Create N Play wooden discs from @the_freckled_frog, my brain went into overdrive with all the possibilities of the ways these discs could be used!
So far we’ve used them for shape memory, a number match, sorting letters into straight lines, curves lines and letters with both, plus a sensory sight word search!
These discs lend themselves so well to #LearningThroughPlay and would make a fabulous addition to any homeschool space!”
– Lycie (Mother & creator of The Paige Diaries)

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Photo by @where_learning_meets_play on Instagram

“A D D I T I O N ➕ Learning through play. This activity was a great example. Daisy has been starting to ask about mathematics… We have looked at addition a little before, so I set this up… My kids really love chalkboard things of any kind, so these chalk board discs from @the_freckled_frog have been an instant hit. Daisy changed things around after this, writing her own numbers. Then Libby scribbled on all the discs copying Daisy.”
– Jen (Primary School Teacher & Mother of 6)


Additional information

Weight 0.12 kg
Dimensions 17 × 11 × 7 cm

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