A pre-cursor to teaching skills, this is very important for a young child. The movement of the wrist and hand muscles when the child moves the wooden cube cross the path is the same as is required and used by the child when he/she starts to write. This is a great way for a child to exercise and condition his/her wrist movement, fingers, and hand movement. And he's just playing!
Also provided is a wooden stencil that can be used to trace patterns of paper. Create designs using different colored dots and have the child copy them on the Maze Chase board.
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.
With this amazing game, your child can create tons of sentences that are as serious or as funny as they like. This is an educative and entertaining game of sentence building. Includes 30 subject cards and 30 predicate cards with examples to explain the meaning of subject and predicate.
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.
This challenging and enjoyable game improves children's auditory memory, and listening and visual discrimination skills. Using the beautifully illustrated large, sturdy cards and the audio CD your child will learn to identify and name 18 important domestic and wild animals. It will also help your kid learn the names of their homes and match them with the corresponding animals, and learn to recognize the animal sounds.