A teaching resource for pre-schoolers. Match words to pictures utilising puzzle solving skills.
Roll the blocks and tell a story. This will encourage storytelling, creativity, imaginative thinking, and memory skills.
A fun interactive spelling game using the magnetic pen to drag the letters to the correct position on the board; the aim is to spell the word shown on the cards. The activity helps develop hand eye coordination as well as learning
Match the expression tile to the wooden card. This game can help children express their own feelings when asked what each expression is and how it feels. The game also encourages emotional and social development.
These ‘Healthy Baskets’ introduce the concept of food; there is a separate basket for breakfast, lunch and dinner. It encourages healthy choices and with plenty of ‘food’ to share there are opportunities for role play, practicing manners and increasing language
These wild animals will encourage all sorts of play allowing adventures, safaris and jungle visits.
This traditional game will encourage sentence building skills as each player adds to the sentence. In addition to nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs etc, it includes common punctuation marks.
A multi-purpose wooden easel with a black board on one side and green cloth board on the other. There is also a white board which slides over the top of the green side.
Look for the differences. Each pair of cards will have 3 differences (could be shape, size or colour). This will help develop observational skills and concentration.
These photo cards will ignite pupils interest and stimulate story writing. covering both non fiction and fiction, the cards have a photo on one side and ideas for starting the story along with a range of interest words on the reverse.