A fun game where players take turns to hang monkeys or gorillas on the tree. Each player spins the dial to see how many monkeys (or big gorillas) to add. Players can add more and more – until all the
Gordian’s Knot is the world’s hardest take-a-part puzzle! Every move will enable one or more pieces to move easily, but finding the correct sequence of moves that will unlock the puzzle is no easy feat! Gordian’s Knot takes patience and
The Bowling Frogs help develop your child’s hand eye co-ordination. These little guys are nice and solid and small hands have no problem setting them up. They are nicely weighted and stand up easily.
This new listening lotto game will exercise and develop children’s listening skills in a fun and enjoyable way! Wild Animal Sounds explores sounds made by various wild animals, such as: an owl, a wolf, a humpback whale, a seal, a
Ages: 3-6 Players: 2-4 Guess the animal Lots of noisy ‘clucks’ and ‘oinks’ in this fun colour memory game. Roll the dice, match the spots and make the noise of the animal that might be hiding underneath the card.
Ages: 3-6 Players: 2-4 A first snap game Learn about shapes with this game of snap. The large cards can also be used for counting, sorting and colour matching activities.
Ages: 3-6 Players: 2-4 Have fun on the farm with this first card game. Play snap or pairs with this fun first card game. 48 sturdy cards with a farm animal theme.
Ages: 4-8 Players: 2-4 A pirate memory game Use your memory to make up the different pirate pairs. If a pirate flag is turned over, do a dastardly deed and take another player’s cards!
Ages: 4-7 Players: 2-6 Collect the most loops as you blast into space in this fun, counting and matching game! Choose a launch pad and blast into space collecting as many loop-the-loops as you can on the way! At the
Ages: 4-9 Players: 2-4 A fruity card game that’s fun and simple to play Collect five matching fruits to win, but watch out, when the spinner shows “fruity frenzy” it’s everyone for themselves!