19 pairs to ‘put together’; each has an individual connection.
A game to decide what doesn’t belong. Can point out and use words, while putting objects into categories.
An introduction to colours and shapes; the sets can be used independently, or as a combination.
An introduction to pets and sea animals – find the picture card corresponding to one of the two themes
A matching game to promote the recognition of pairs that go together.
A game to help with training the functions of the five senses
This toy includes buildings of varying heights, trees and cars for children to create their own tiny city. The buildings are labelled with numbers and corresponding dots to help improve number recognition and counting skills. It can be used to play
Consists of 15 wooden blocks (being four each of rectangle, square, semi-circle and triangle). Each block has a different set of sensory properties – beads, transparent acrylic, coloured sand and glitter in water. Good for building, comparing and sorting.
Scoop up the colourful sea creatures with matching-coloured nets. This game will help to build sorting skills, colour recognition, hand eye coordination & more.
Matching and sorting. Wooden set consists of 1 baseboard and 6 sets of 6 tiles in different categories – insects, domestic animals, wild animals, vehicles, sea creatures, fruit. Match the individual tiles to the main tile in each category area.