Nursery World Silver Award 2019

1,2,3,4,5-Frame Tray Set

(set of 5)


£32.00(£38.40 inc VAT)

Having an understanding of numbers and how they can be represented is fundamental to mathematical development. As a set, these five beautiful wooden trays show clearly how numbers increase in size. Use them with counters to explore what number bonds can be created on a single tray. Combine trays to explore how numbers relate to each other and can be presented as arrays. Largest tray size: 380 x 80 x 20mm. Smallest tray size: 75 x 80 x 20mm. Made from responsibly-sourced FSC approved beech wood. Age 18mths+. Two-Tone Counting Stones available separately.


  • Tray made from sustainably-sourced beech wood
  • Largest tray 380 x 80 x 20mm. Smallest tray 75 x 80 x 20mm
  • Age 18mths+

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Resources will usually arrive within five working days. Small orders are sent via Royal Mail and large items will be despatched by courier.

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1 review for 1,2,3,4,5-Frame Tray Set

  1. Kristen Dutton, Nursery Manager of Sunflower Nursery

    “We have the ‘5’ tray and the children love it which is great for loose parts play! We also use it for counting stones and sorting. The soft light beech wood is perfect and safe for little hands and the holes are large enough to put anything in, to either count or sort or just gather and play with. We have cloth bags next to ours so the children can count the stones and then bag them as well. Children can make things to count and use them to count their designs in.”

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