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 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
Give your pre-school kid this fun-filled game to develop early language skills. It has 26 sets of two-piece self correcting puzzles. Your kid has to match one piece of the puzzle which has an alphabet with the other piece which has a picture of an object starting with that alphabet. It teaches your child to read, match and practise till it matches perfectly. This game is a wonderful combination of puzzles, a board book and an activity book.
An exciting educational toy from Creative's for an easy and quick learning. The dice has letters carved on it. Your child can roll the dice to make words. This exciting game will improve your child's vocabulary and spelling skills. This will also develop your child's hand-eye coordination. Bring this home to add more fun to your child's playtime.
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.
This game requires children to assemble 25-piece puzzle. While doing this, they discuss and learn about different activities being performed in the park. This leads them to find different objects and answer who, where, what questions according to the spin of the spinner.
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.
A fantastic educational Alphabet Frieze - ideal for display in a child's bedroom or classroom. This brightly illustrated frieze is designed to encourage young learners to say the correct representative sound and word for each alphabet. One in a series covering alphabet, numbers and colours & shapes.
Through observing, matching and talking about the cards the child will be able to recognise and understand what kinds of clothing are used at different times of the year or seasons. Children collect and match clothing cards to their play boards and the first to fill his or her play board wins. It consists of 4 large seasons play boards, 24 large clothing play cards and activity guide.
This game allows young competitors to complete the drawings shown on their colourful play boards, placing the missing geometric shapes corresponding to the thrown dice. This helps the child learn to recognize the basic geometric shapes.
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.