# Tile Blocks Ideas and Giveaway Winners

Oh, the things you can do with wooden tiles! Young children love to play and manipulate small objects. Using 1 inch tiles can help with mathematical and other academic concepts.

Visually appealing, tile blocks can be used to help students with the following concepts:

• sorting
• color recognition
• counting out the number of each color (You can decrease the amount of tiles according to the child’s ability.)
• measurement (Line tiles up in various lengths and use a ruler or a tape measure to measure how long it is.)
• demonstrate the concept of sets
• demonstrate the concept of area
• develop small motor skills
• follow directions For example: Find a blue tile and stack a yellow tile on top of it. Now add a green tile on top of the yellow tile. Draw a picture of your stack.
• independent work You can keep these tiles in a small tub and bring them out when your older children are doing school.

3 winners have been awarded a set of blocks. Please see the comments section to find out if you won.

## 7 thoughts on “Tile Blocks Ideas and Giveaway Winners”

1. Jenn Johnsen says:

I pinned it! Great ideas. Thanks! Blessings, Jenn Johnsen

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• Congratulations! You won a set of tiles! Send me your address and I will send you your set.

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2. Melissa G says:

I’ve shared this on Facebook. Hope I win. 🙂

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• Congratulations! You won a set of tiles! Send me your address and I will send you your set.

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3. Nina H says:

What a colorful set! I love the idea of kids visualize different numbers of things with small objects!

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• Congratulations! You won a set of tiles! Send me your address and I will send you your set.

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• Nina H says:

Thanks Lisa! Looking forward to playing with these with my kids. Where do I find your e-mail address?

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