Your preschooler's imagination will run wild with this beautifully illustrated board book. With each turn of the page, your young reader will learn opposites, and how to spell them. 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.
Learning numbers become easier with this puzzle set from Creative's. This self-correcting puzzle includes colourful representation of numbers to add more fun to their learning. This will develop your child's observation, visual discrimination, recognition and early mathematical skills. The eye-catching pictures will also enhance your child's hand-eye coordination
Introduce your little one to telling the time correctly. This game includes 20 sets of three piece activity cards. Your child can match analogue and digital time along with time written in words and you can check the answers.
Learn to Watch Time, Basic Knowledge, concentration, Thinking
This product consists of 40 large and thick laminated cards and activity guide. It helps your little kid to learn about colours and words in the most innovative and fun way. One side of the flash cards has pictorial representations and the other their associations and a word beginning with the same letter. Match different set of objects and learn to sequence colours.
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.
Find the odd one out. This game has cards with pictures of many objects in each. Each card has the picture of an object that does not belong to the group. Your child has to point the odd one out. It contains 25 large and study cards and there are 3 level of difficulty.
A unique self-correcting matching game that offers a fun way of learning and mastering letters of the alphabet and their sounds. See you little on have fun as he matches letters of the alphabet and their sounds with their corresponding pictures.
Letters of alphabet, Basics, Language
Age : 3 & up
Category : Alphabet
Helps in recognizing the letters of the alphabet
Helps in recognizing the sounds associated with the letters
Helps in associating the letters with pictures and objects
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.
Fun with Sums makes learning maths fun. It helps in developing observation skills, and helps children to count so that they can multiply different numbers that match the pictures and develop elementary math skills. It arouses interested and helps in understanding the basic principles better.
Teach your kid to match parts of speech using this innovative game. As children play this challenging game they learn to frame sentences also correctly. A unique approach to introduce and reinforce the basics of grammar - nouns, pronouns, adjectives, verbs, punctuations and basic capitalisation.
With this amazing and fascinating puzzle game, “Creative’s Let’s Find Out Who” make education fun while learning about different occupation. Children match up question/picture puzzles with their corresponding answers/pictures to practice pre-reading/reading skills. This exciting puzzle set has pictures and written question/answer for the readers and non reader players of the fun game.
Match game with 27 large two pieces puzzles
Easy to carry
Fun to play
Age: 4 years and up
How it benefit kids?
It helps in enhancing visual discrimination, early learning concept, ability to answer and question skills, practice expressive and receptive language, comprehension and verbal expression skills and reading skills too.
How to Play:
Take out 3-4 sets from the box and separate the puzzle pieces. Pick the question cards and read loudly and ask kids to answer them by matching it. Repeat the process with each card.
Ask children to read the question cards and answer them by matching to the corresponding picture cards.
Visual Discrimination, Early Learning concept, Reading Skill, Ability to ask & answer question