Cuisenaire Rods T Shirts for Babies
1 + 2 = 3. White + Red = Green!
In December 1952 Georges Cuisenaire, a native of Belgium, published a thin booklet called "Les Nombres en Couleurs." In less than 15 years his "reglettes" were in use to teach mathematics in schools in over one hundred countries throughout the world.
Cuisenaire Rods are small pieces of wood measuring between one and ten centimetres in length. They are coloured such that all the rods of the same length are the same colour. Physically the rods behave in the way numbers behave, providing the learners with an algebraic model for the study of mathematics.
Finally, for the curious, here is the sequence of colours from 1 to 10: white, red, light green, pink, yellow, dark green, black, brown, blue, orange.
Mid weight, 190 GSM, 30-singles
100% cotton rib (marles 15% polyester)
Tonal shoulder domes, 1x1 superfine printable rib
Self-fabric neck binding, double needle hems, preshrunk to minimise shrinkage
|0 - 3M||21.5
|3 - 6M
|6 - 12M
|12 - 18M
|18 - 24M
How to Measure:
- Lay an existing t-shirt flat.
- Body Width: Measure 3cm below armpit, from one side to the other.
- Body Length: Measure from the top of the shoulder to the bottomof the t-shirt.
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