This hand-painted calendar tells an emotional story about the course of nature and time, decorated with aesthetically rich artwork.
In Spring, we can see a couple of birds who have found a home in a blooming apple tree and will take care of their babies. In Summer, surrounded by friendly neighbours like dragonfly and ladybug, as well as ripening apples - baby birds have already hatched in the bird house, whose parents are nearby and taking care of them. In Autumn, the apple branches are full of juicy apples, but the bird family has migrated far away to warmer lands. In Winter, the apple branches are covered with a white blanket of snow, but in the bird house, until the owners arrive, a friendly spider has made it his home. ... And soon Spring returns, when everything can start again - apple trees bloom and the birds return.
Working with this calendar in practice, the child will learn and remember the sequence of seasons, corresponding months, dates and the sequence of days of the week.
Kalendāra bultiņa tiek griezta tikai 4 x gadā, līdz ar gadalaiku maiņu. Tai vienmēr ir jārāda kāds šodien ir gadalaiks, datums, mēnesis un diena. Nedēļas dienu aplis tiek griezts ap šo bultiņu. Šajā aplī bērnam var uzskatāmi izskaidrot arī tādus jēdzienus kā vakar, aizvakar, rīt, parīt .
The calendar arrow is rotated only 4 times a year, with the change of seasons. It should always show what the season, date, month and day it is today. The circle, which represents the days of the week, is rotated around the arrow. In this circle, concepts such as yesterday, the day before yesterday, tomorrow, the day after tomorrow can also be clearly explained to the child. Using the two given cubes with numbers, it is possible to put together all the dates of the month.
If the parents entrust the child with a task (a very important duty!) to make sure that everyone in the family always knows what day it is today, by using the calendar, it will bring a sense of influence and responsibility to the child. This way, through an appreciative and emotionally rewarding response from the family, the little one will do this regularly and learn all this calendar has to offer almost effortlessly.
We recommend placing a traditional wall calendar near our calendar to expand this understanding of time - how days and weeks can be combined in different ways.