Can be used to sort by shape, colour, size and thickness either individually or putting two sorts together e.g. large thin shapes.
Move the bright and colourful geometric tiles with the magnetic wand to create shapes on the wooden grid board. Promotes hand/eye coordination, motor skills, colour recognition and pre-writing skills.
Explore the worlds of shape and space and magnetism all in one exercise. Experiment with different shapes, building various models and constructions. Pieces will join when the polarity is correct in line with the colours.
Match the wooden puzzle pairs; each piece has only one match that fits, so children can play independently and learn at the same time. Great for matching and counting skills.
A fun game that helps develop spatial, abstract and quantitative reasoning skills. Stack green pieces on top of blue pieces, or vice versa, to create identical shapes. Through hands-on play, players build key skills, strategies and mathematical understandings, such as part-to-whole
A children’s version of the classic game. The tiles have animals and other kid friendly symbols. It helps with pattern recognition and hand management.
Learn how to manipulate 32 geometric shapes to build pictures of increasing complexity; use the pattern cards or develop your own picture. Great for developing creativity, Mighty Mind helps children understand visual/spatial relationships.
Practice coin recognition and money value skills with this set of 30, self-checking cards.
Designed for younger children this series uses bright colours and pictures on a basic puzzle format to engage a child’s early motor skills as well as reinforce the fundamentals of counting across 10 shaped puzzles.
Use the tiles to make a total of 7 in the frame/console. This game introduces the idea of thinking ahead.