Part to Whole requires children to match the object to the parts it is made of. It encourages children to explore and makes them understand that different things of our everyday are made of different parts/objects. This improves their reasoning and organizational skills.
An interesting association games for the young ones. It consists of 10 two-piece self correcting puzzles that help children in developing observation and problem solving skills. It also improves a child's visual discrimination and hand-eye co-ordination.
Observation, Problem Solving, Logical thinking, Creativity
An easy way to teach your child the names of different wild animals. Creative's presents a self-correcting puzzle featuring pictorial representations of animals with their names. This will develop your child's observation, visual discrimination, recognition skill and early vocabulary. With this game your child can easily discriminate wild and domestic animals.
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.
Play is fundamental to every child's development. Children love to explore while they play and try to associate the things that they pick up with what they see every day. This collection of educational resources has been created to add a little fun to your children's learning. This play set helps your child know about wildlife.
Observation, Eye-hand co-ordination, Counting skills up to 10,Problem solving skills.
Creative presents an exciting jigsaw puzzle for kids to develop their logical skills. This includes animal puzzles and one poster to paint. This will develop your child's observation, visual discrimination, recognition and early learning skills. This will also develop your child's hand-eye coordination.
This game consists of a set of 12 individual jigsaw puzzles of varying difficulties. The puzzle cards are illustrated with easily recognizable animal pictures to help young children learn about them. It also helps them pick up twelve 3 to 6 lettered words and develop early reading and spelling skills.