Fun With Stamps
A set of 25 stamps on specially designed colored handles
(5 fruits, 5 vegetables, 5 transport, 5 wild animals, 5 domestic animals)
Matching objects and names, finger agility, making borders, grouping into different categories, understanding sets, counting, colouring, matching like objects, picking out unlike objects, making patterns and designs, cutting and pasting.
Colors Around Me
A multi coloured cloth with pockets and picture cards to match the colours.
The activity teaches children colour recognition, identification and association.
Help your child put each card into the right pocket.
Example: Apple will fit into the red pocket, teeth into the white pocket.
Animal Starter Puzzle Set
A set of four one piece animal puzzles.
Each puzzle contains only one piece for manipulation as an introductory activity.
They are either animals or birds to connect with the child’s life.
These are useful for improving spatial skills and fine motor control and finger dexterity.
They can also be used for conversation on animals.
Basic Introductory Puzzle
A starter puzzles containing seven pieces for manipulation as an introductory activity.
This basic puzzle is useful for improving spatial skills and fine motor control and finger dexterity.
It can be used for conversation on animals.
This is a simple Birdie Puzzle to learn 7 days of the week.
Each day of the week can be removed and put back.
This wooden puzzle is good for building spatial skills and develops language.
This is a simple plant puzzle to learn the parts of a plant and how it grows.
The child learns the various stages of growth of a plant.
It helps to develop recognition and understand our surroundings.
Parts of the plant can be removed and put back.
A puzzle for learning the different body parts.
This wooden puzzle will let your child learn the names of all the parts of the body.
Remove the pieces and let the child identify the parts, and build back the puzzle and complete the body.
A colourful puzzle with the 7 colours of the rainbow.
It is a puzzle to teach colours.
The child can learn the 7 colours of the rainbow, VIBGYOR. It explores the creativity of the child.
A puzzle to name and identify vegetables
Show the full picture puzzle with the eight vegetables.
Then separate the pieces of the wooden puzzle and guide the child to put the pieces back in the correct slot.
This will help to learn names of the vegetables, identification and also improve hand eye coordination and spatial skills.
Puzzles of the common fruits we eat.
Let the child place the common fruits in thecorrect slot – for identification and handeye coordination.
Water Animals Tray
A colourful puzzle for water animals.
This colorful wooden puzzle will let your child learn the names and identify the animals found in water.
Helps the child with identification, spatial and fine motor skills.
Match & Play Contractions
A set of flash cards to learn contractions.
Use the cards and play games to reinforce contractions.
Deal the cards and have the children match the contractions.