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
This game teaches children the importance of food groups and their impact on our health. It consists of 4 play board, a spinner, 40 counters in 4 different colours and an activity book. Children should match the objects to the spin of the spinner and the first one to fill the board wins. Learn how each food group is important to our health. This is a truly engaging and fun-filled game.
A set of 2 six-step stories that develops picture reading skills, storytelling skills and sequencing. The learning objective of this game is that the child will be able to describe each picture in simple language and will learn new words, the child will observe each card accurately and establish spatial relationship and the child will understand the concept of order and build proper sequences.
A set of four 9-step picture stories. Picture clues and simple text help children arrange each story or event in its logical order. This self-correcting game of four stories will teach your child basic sequencing, visual distinguishing and storytelling skills.
An exciting puzzle game that will keep your kid busy for hours. This puzzle game has four jigsaw puzzles that help improve your child's hand-eye co-ordination. It will sharpen your child's visual recognition skills and help in developing a sense of logic.
Yet another step at sequencing and storytelling activities. Children put together picture cards to make complete stories while developing their logical thinking and sequencing skills. The pictures relate to events and stories occurring in the day-to-day life. There are 34 sequence cards to enjoy making stories of.