Match the colours to make the caterpillar.
This game contains five different locks with five degrees of difficulty, to which there is a respective key. Trying out the key in the lock allows development of eye-hand coordination. Cognitive competence grows through repeated experimentation.
These are great for teaching simple shapes and more advanced concepts like symmetry, angles, and fractions and also help students understand geometry concepts with hands-on exploration.
Helps develop fine motor skills, logic, reasoning, hand eye coordination and tactile sensory development.
A game involving adding bees to the hive. You win the game as long as the bear stays sat in the beehive enjoying his honey. The bear jumps out if you insert the bee in the wrong slot.
6 pieces to build a parrot, held by magnets. Bright colours.
use different shapes to create a figure; 3 different face blocks. Bright colours.
Consists of coloured wooden interlocking blocks numbered 1-10
The bright colours and patterns will allow for greater building imagination.