There are 52 magnetic uppercase and lowercase letters in this set making for a variety of learning possibilities. Ideal for letter recognition, matching, and stenciling.
40 cards in 5 different categories are filled with exciting textures to stimulate curious tots! Each card has a fun-to-touch picture on front labeled with the name of the object…plus questions and prompts on back designed to help tots build
This resource offers a tactile and visual way of introducing young children to number formation. Children will build important motor-memory skills tracing each number. There are 10 number stones (numbers 0-9) and an activity guide.
A traditional game of dominoes; match up the dinosaurs to play; a fun way to improve numeracy and strategy skills.
Match the animals – 36 tiles making 18 animal pairs. Another game to assist memorizing skills.
This fun-packed family board game requires making sounds and performing actions for other players to guess. It helps develop self confidence and performance skills.
This monkey balancing game will help to develop fine motor skills as well as problem solving skills. Children will learn to play together, taking turns and will develop their social skills.
Getting ready for a day out using 4 different scenarios and the ‘wardrobe’ required for each. It helps to develop observational skills & spatial memory but its real target is to minimize well known conflicts regarding the issue of getting
This is a great first board game which is easy to set up. It is designed to teach matching, sorting, counting, and simple math skills and encourages social skills and turn-taking.
Soccer games are an excellent way to build endurance and muscle, improve balance and coordination, as well as develop gross motor skills and reflexes.