A matching game with pets as the theme
The traditional matching game with a theme of everyday objects.
This large-format tactile memory game has different textures featuring real images of nature. You can play both the classic matching game, or use your touch only for the tactile memory games.
Arrange cards with the heads and tails of the same colour matching. The nine cards must form a square.
An introduction to skittles and ten pin bowling this game will help develop social skills and coordination.
A fun wooden golf set! If you get the balls into the frog’s mouth, he will send them rolling back down the exit ramp! This game will help encourage hand/eye coordination and concentration.
A 36 piece domino game featuring Thomas the Tank Engine.
Match the cards – alphabet and pictures.
This can be played as a simple pairs game with the cards face up, but as children progress can develop into a memory game. The cards feature illustrations of exotic animals from around the world and can be used to develop children’s
A fun way to help with hand-eye coordination.