Fun with Sums makes learning maths fun. It helps in developing observation skills, and helps children to count so that they can add or subtract different numbers that match the pictures and develop elementary math skills. It arouses interested and helps in understanding the basic principles better.
An entertaining matching game specially designed to develop the child's visual discrimination skills. It develops the ability to recognise and distinguish between opposites. There are 28 two-piece self correcting puzzles to introduce your kid to opposites like Long-Short, Sad-Happy.
There are 14 sets of problems, tools and their solutions to match. As children put pictures of these sets together in their logical order they understand the use of different tools in their day-to-day life.
This is a challenging and enjoyable game that will develop your child's ability of visual recall and build up his/ her basic vocabulary. With the help of beautifully illustrated, sturdy, and easy to handle cards, it will help your child identify and name 21 important domestic and wild animals, discover the food habits and homes of different animals and birds. It will also help them understand what their homes are built of, how they look, and why their homes and eating habits are different from ours.
This wonderful Dominoes-Counting and Colours toy is perfect for your child. It helps in developing various skills for little children. This box contains 28 large and sturdy pieces. Each card is divided into two halves making two squares. Both squares have different colours and also a different number. It has the numbers up to 10 and so is good for developing your child's counting skills. Bring home this wonderful product and let your child play and learn at the same time.
The most important approach to learn to read is Phonetic reading where a child learns the phonic sounds and then learns to blend them together to form words. Fun with Phonics allow him to do just that.
Early learning has never been so much fun! Brain Boosters - 4 comes with 66 innovative activities that make this new Wipe-Clean card game a sure way to reinforce basic skills and boost your child's confidence. It is a game of easy questions in picture form. It is the best way to develop your kid's reading, writing, arithmetic and language skills. Consisting of 12 double sided printed cards, it has question sheets and different answer sheets to help your child learn about shapes, colours, sizes, number concepts, position, opposites, letter sounds, memory & animal world.
basic Skill, Boost Confidence, Improve Reasoning Skill, Sharpen Mind
Age : 4 & up
Category : Brain Power (Cognitive Skill), Logic, Reasoning
A double-sided plastic Geoboard with coloured rubber bands stretched around pegs to acquaint children with the basic concept of shapes, angles, area, perimeter, symmetry, pattern and geometric relationships.
All kids love different shapes and your preschooler's imagination will run wild with this beautifully illustrated board book. With each turn of the page, your young reader will learn about various shapes and how to spell their names. Plus, Look & Learn Board Book feature simple-to-read words that help your child develop word association, memory, and other important early-learning skills. Perfect for parents to read aloud with their child.
A new and exciting way to teach your child different activities related to everyday life. This activity kit from Creative's has different pictures, questions and answers. Your child can match the answers to the questions to complete the puzzle. This will develop your child's comprehension, verbal expression and early reading skills. Your child will definitely like this activity set.
Visual Discrimination, Early Learning concept, Reading Skill, Ability to ask & answer question
Put your child on the road to build classroom skills independently with this innovative pack that contains a wealth of interactive material designed to give him maximum stimulation and fun. It6 helps them learn all about 21 important domestic and wild animals by matching pictures of their babies and homes. It also helps them understand that why their homes are different from ours.